Formatting in Avery Design & Print Online
How to Format a Template in Avery Design & Print Online








After you select a template and a pre-design, the Customize screen appears.



In the Customize screen, personalize the design using the formatting tools. You can add, size and move text, insert images and shapes and do a mail merge.

Click a text box, image or shape in the design, the related editing options for that item will then appear. If you want to edit a different label or card on the sheet, click to select in the Sheet Navigator.

If your product has multiple labels or cards on a sheet, you can select a mode of editing—either Edit All, which enables you to copy objects to all the panels on a sheet, or Edit One, which enables you to work on a particular item on that sheet. To add an additional sheet of the same design, click Add Sheet.

Select the graphic to delete it, move it, or replace it with an image from the Avery Gallery or one of your own image files on your computer from My Computer. You can also use the formatting tools on the left to add shapes.

When you have finished formatting your template, click Preview & Print to continue.


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1.0

New Version Unworkable

By James P

from San Francisco, CA

Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

      This review is from How to Format a Template in Avery Design & Print Online:

      Like other users, I have been a fan of the Avery label templates and online design/print options for many years. Unfortunately, since the most recent redesign, I find the tool completely unusable. I am unable to create text, can't access design or print functions, the label template does not appear onscreen, and the instructions offered in the help section do not apply to anything I can see or navigate to on the site. I have years of files beautifully labeled with Avery product designed and printed online using earlier versions of the design/print tool. I am very disappointed in the redesign.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Use to be good

      By T

      from Gulf Shores, AL

      This review is from How to Format a Template in Avery Design & Print Online:

      WE have used avery for years and they changed everything for the bad. The last time I was on the phone with them it was 1 hour and 10 minutes. I now can not put a text box on the label and just write a paragraph. I'm about to have to find another way to use labels. This is a business I'm running and not open on Saturdays either.

       
      1.0

      Horrible, Frustrating, Time-Wasting Product

      By kwhit1

      from Houston, TX

      Pros

        Cons

        • Poor Communication

        Best Uses

          This review is from How to Format a Template in Avery Design & Print Online:

          There was nothing about this that I liked. I think I would need video instructions to ever complete a project. This is an awful product. Reasonably intelligent people should be able to create DVD labels that look good without all this angst.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Bring back the previous version

          By Bob in Las Vegas

          from Las Vegas, Nevada

          This review is from How to Format a Template in Avery Design & Print Online:

          I have loved your product. Now you have ruined it with a new version. The text sizes are no where comparable to normal sizes, no delete button. I am stuck with a lot of templates that I have purchased. I did but no longer will recommend this product.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Design Feature

          By meme

          from Chicago, IL

          This review is from How to Format a Template in Avery Design & Print Online:

          I've really enjoyed using the full custom design feature (starting with a blank label selection). I'm experienced and continue to use other design software but this is especially nice for labels. It's set up for each label size and format making layout very easy. Regarding printing - whoa, it's an extreme task. All suggested solutions have additional problems. Avery could make it easy by being able to identify which printer is being used within the design program. Normally I wouldn't suggest this as it's major job for Avery to do... but after reading all the reviews and "never buying another Avery product again!" comments I think they should include this feature. Less printing problems = selling more product.

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