You can easily print labels from your addresses stored in your account in a few simple steps. Keep&Share supports Avery's most popular address label formats. Let us know if you have need of a different address label format and we will add it!
All of the Avery label templates are listed by product number. To quickly find the size you are looking for you can go through the Avery Label Size Templates, make a note of the template style number, and then you can choose that template from the list in the “Print Labels” dialog in your account. If you have already purchased Avery labels, the label product number will be listed on the box and you can choose that product number from our template list.
To print your labels, please follow the steps in the image below:
You will see that there are a few other options for customizing how your labels are printed. The “Begin in Row” and the “Begin in Column” options allow you to make use of partial label sheets. For example, if you have only printed five labels on an Avery 5160 label printout, you could then start printing on that same sheet in the second row & the third column
If the “Scale Font” this option is off (unchecked), addresses that are too long are clipped so that part of the address will be lost. With this option on (checked), the font size will be reduced on addresses that would otherwise be clipped. All other addresses will be unaffected. Normally, you will want this on so that the entire address appears on the label. If you would rather have all labels with the same font size (and don't mind the clipping), you can uncheck this option.
Address Label Printing Tips
When you are printing any of your address labels from Keep&Share, here are a few tips to keep in mind:
- When you print from Keep&Share, we are generating a PDF file in a new browser window. From that new window is where you will print your files, calendars, addresses, etc.
- Not all browser PDF add-ins print well. You might need to save the PDF from the browser add-in and load the file into a stand-alone PDF program like Adobe Acrobat
- Be aware of how your printer prints - does it print on the top side of the paper or the bottom side? This affects how you should load your label sheets. Run a test with regular paper:
- Mark a big X on the top of a sheet of paper
- Put that sheet into the paper tray with the X up
- Print a single page and see if the X is on the same side as the printout or on the back.
- This will tell you whether to insert the label sheets face down (the X was on the back) or face up (the X was on the same side as you printed). If you are starting the label printing at a place other that row #1 and column #1 or, if your label sheet has a different margin on the top and bottom, you will also need to take note of which direction to insert the label sheets.
- Be aware of printing options in the PDF program or browser add-in. You will need to ensure correct settings for:
- Paper size (we only support “Letter” and “A4” sizes)
- Scaling - all scaling should be off