address labels

address labels

Post by wind » Thu, 06 Jan 2005 11:15:50

Where would i get a template for address labels (Avery 6241 3 across 10

address labels

Post by Dick Margu » Thu, 06 Jan 2005 11:19:52

Why do you need a template? There's a printed booklet in the box with
the labels that provides all the dimensions you need. Lay out a master
page according to those dimensions and you're good to go.


address labels

Post by Dick Margu » Thu, 06 Jan 2005 22:12:31

HOWEVER, whichever way you do it, you need to have had at least a cup of
coffee first. The initial impulse is to create a grid that matches the
labels. You will quickly discover, though, that what you want is a grid
that matches the live copy area. That means that the top of your virtual
label (hence the top margin on the sheet) has to be about 1/8-inch below
the top of the physical label, and the margins and gutters similarly
need to be padded an eighth of an inch in the appropriate places.

address labels

Post by rhys » Fri, 07 Jan 2005 11:22:14

On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 08:12:31 -0500, *** Margulis

I actually find it's easier to make custom guides and rules using
simple addition <G>...but the "padding" thing is correct.

Advanced grids and table tools are the main reason I am going to
InDesign CS, actually. It's Pagemaker's Achilles heel for the type of
multi-column, multiple-aligned financial columns I produce.

Avery labels are a snap. I run them off as needed for postage return
stickers as thanks to 20 years of computing my handwriting's gone to