How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online
How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online







Go to avery.com/print and click the Open Project link.



Browse for your DesignPro PC .zdl file on your computer and click Open.

Click the arrow button to open your project.



Once your project opens, you can then customize your design.

Save or Print your project using Avery Design & Print Online.

Please note:

- This functionality only applies to DesignPro PC .zdl projects.

- Some projects will not transfer completely. Data that was imported into a DesignPro PC project (such as a mail merge) will not carry over to Avery Design & Print Online. The layout for your project should transfer and then you can use the easy drag-and-drop mail merge in Avery Design & Print Online to import your data.

- Images from the DesignPro PC clip art gallery may not import, but you can choose a new image from the extensive gallery in Avery Design & Print Online.

- Serial barcodes and Date/Time stamps will not import, and will need to be re-created. Barcodes that are not supported by Avery Design & Print Online will not import, but you will be able to generate QR Codes with Avery Design & Print Online.

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How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online
 
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1.0

Worst product EVER

By Kirk

from Syracuse, NY

Pros

    Cons

    • Doesn't Work
    • Feezes Up
    • Loses Your Work
    • No Support

    Best Uses

      This review is from How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online:

      Spend HOURS last night creating the perfect labels, only for the buggy avery website and software to produce pop ups like "can't print now, try again later". So the next day I go to load up my project, and I get "processing" forever, and my projecct is GONE. HOURS down the drain. Worst possible solution for anyone running a small business. Wasted time. Now I'm in a pinch. Thanks for nothing.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      CD Labels

      By Capt. Ed

      from Florida

      Pros

        Cons

        • What Happened To A Templa

        Best Uses

          This review is from How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online:

          Some one should us before we buy a product so hard to use

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          how to edit

          By Trisha

          from ca

          Pros

            Cons

            • Still Can't Edit

            Best Uses

              This review is from How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online:

              I still don't know how to edit!

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              Don't leave data in Avery!!!!!

              By builders wife

              from Cape Cod

              This review is from How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online:

              Avery updated their software, and now my data is lost in their old file that nothing else can read. STAY FAR AWAY from AVERY Design & Print. It sucks!

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              .ZDP files from previous computer won't open on new one.

              By chandlj

              from Springfield, IL

              Pros

              • Good Value

              Cons

              • Poor Quality

              Best Uses

                This review is from How to Open and Edit a DesignPro PC project in Avery Design & Print Online:

                I also upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7 and none of my files will open. I will use a different program before I use Avery again. I don't want to take a chance that this will happen again.

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