Round Labels. 63 per sheet

Avery Blank Templates Microsoft Word

These 1" round labels are perfect for gift tags, favor labels, stylish mailing seals or product price tags.

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AVERYRound Labels. 63 per sheet
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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1.0

printable template doesn't match

By printer pro

from CA

Pros

  • Cute 1" Size Labels

Cons

  • Template Needs Updating

Best Uses

  • Hand-drawn Stickers

This review is from AVERY Round Labels. 63 per sheet:

the spacing of the labels on the template don't match the actual label sheets, so you end up with 2 rows of perfectly centered labels, 2 rows of somewhat decently-centered labels, and 6 rows of throwaways. I printed out 6-10 test sheets with various printing configurations and never got any better than that, so ended up downloading the .docx (which printed out with different spacing, but which still didn't match my labels) and going through the hassle of adjusting that thing in MS Word (which program I now despise more than I ever have before). I do like the size and shape of these labels but there is no convenient way of printing them perfectly yet---if you decide to try it anyway, DO A TEST SHEET FIRST ON SCRATCH PAPER so you don't waste your $$$ actual label sheets.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect for labelling my medications

By Pamela G

from Roseville, CA

Pros

  • Easy To Navigate
  • Fast and Powerful
  • Great Features
  • I Color Code The Labels
  • I Use These All The Time
  • Keeping Track So Easy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Improving Efficiency
    • Organizing Data
    • To Keep Meds Organized
    • Use On Bottle Caps

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    The only thing I can say is: just about everyone takes medications. If you must take more than one or two a day, like me, the color coding especially for meds would be handy. For example: I use an all yellow background for doseages that are once a day in the morning. I use all blue background for once a day in evening. I use split colors (half yellow, half blue) for meds tobe taken twice a day.

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