Print-On Wide-Format Dividers 8-Tab - Landscape

Avery Blank Templates Microsoft Word

It's easy to create professional dividers with the topics printed right on the tab using this template.

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Product is ok - but this template is the worst template ever

By Laura F.

from Atlanta, GA

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This review is from AVERY Print-On Wide-Format Dividers 8-Tab - Landscape:

To be quite frank - I'm not sure why ALL dividers aren't made so that the extend past the width of sheet protectors - as hardly anyone ever hole-punches a document anymore. But it is what it is. I decided to order these instead of the ones that you have to peel & stick labels on to save time. To quote Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman: BIG MISTAKE.
UNFORTUNATELY - these will only work if you have a printer with the ability a paper tray wider than 8.5 x 11. I've used comparable Avery products - and there was always a folded edge that allowed these to run through a traditional printer. That is not the case with these. I figured it must have been my lack of reading the description - so I decided to just wait until I went back to the office to run these through the printer there. It takes up to 11 x 17.
It was an absolute nightmare. First off - even after configuring the tray - it still did not want to recognize the paper. After spending over 2 hours - with three different IT Tech support people - we were able to set it up. We actually had to use 9.5 instead of 9.25 inches. And then - I discovered that each label has to be set on a completely different page. In other words - on the template provided - it shows a 'table' with 8 cells. I had entered all the data for each of the 8 cells. I (stupidly, I guess) thought the some wunderkid at Avery had coded this document so that it knows to print text in Cell 1 on page 1, then text in Cell 2 on page 2, etc, etc. Instead - you have to enter text in Cell 1, print page 1. Then enter Cell 2, print page 2, and so and so on. The alternative is to print 8 copies of document - which in theory should work fine - because the text you don't need just prints harmlessly on the yellow peel off area, right?
Nope. Instead - it causes ink to get on the rollers, I guess - so the white "tab part area" you actually need winds up getting 'dirty' with residual ink.
I hate this product and will probably be returning.

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