Address Label, 30 per sheet

Avery Blank Templates for Adobe Photoshop

Great for creating custom addressing labels or for making a big impression with any mailing

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Compatible Products:

15160, 15510, 15660, 16460, 18160, 18260, 18660, 28660, 32660, 38260, 45160, 48160, 48260, 48360, 48460, 48860, 48960, 5160, 5260, 55160, 5520, 55260, 55360, 5620, 5630, 5660, 5810, 58160, 58260, 58660, 5960, 6240, 6241, 6970, 75160, 8160, 8250, 8460, 85560, 8620, 8660, 8810, 88560, 8860, 8920, 80509, 8215
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AVERYAddress Label, 30 per sheet
 
3.5

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2.0

Is there a way to NOT print the label outlines????

By artistelaine

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This review is from AVERY Address Label, 30 per sheet:

I downloaded this template from Avery to use with Photoshop Elements 9 on my Avery 5160 mailing labels. I spent an hour getting things exactly as I want them to label paintings for an upcoming show/sale. Now I find that there seems to be no way to print them without printing the outline of each label, which I don't want, and that would especially look awful since the template doesn't exactly match up with my labels! I have searched and searched for a way to NOT print those outlines, but cannot find anything anywhere. Therefore this label template is useless to me and a complete joke!

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5.0

Works in Photoshop Elements

By KayT

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This review is from AVERY Address Label, 30 per sheet:

This was "falling off a log" easy to use. I used it with Photoshop Elements 5.0 and I'm sure it would work in any version. The only thing I would suggest is that if you don't want a black line around each label name delete that layer after you fill in all your label names. But if you want to keep it, it lines up exactly with the label edges..... at least, mine did.

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