Name Badge Label, 8 per sheet

Avery Blank Templates for Microsoft Word

Great for creating custom and personalized name tags for a meeting, conference, reunion or party

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AVERYName Badge Label, 8 per sheet
 
2.7

(based on 16 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

On line templates take time

I just used the product to make name tags for the first time. I found the background I chose first to be too dark to be useful. This is for a cruise-themed get...Read complete review

I just used the product to make name tags for the first time. I found the background I chose first to be too dark to be useful. This is for a cruise-themed get together, and the blue was too intense.

I switched to just the cruise ship graphic and no problem there. It was easy to resize and position on the badge. After playing with the program a bit, it was easy to change fonts, sizes and font colors.

I did not have a problem with adding additional sheets of labels and having them line up properly. For a free program, this was pretty decent! Even though I don't use Word on my computer, it was not a problem.

I did find I had to open an account on the site to save my work for later, but that's fine.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Bad template for use with other programs

As a designer I do NOT ever design anything in Word. To me a template is something I can bring into any program to use a a guide. This should be a eps or...Read complete review

As a designer I do NOT ever design anything in Word. To me a template is something I can bring into any program to use a a guide. This should be a eps or pdf file for that purpose. There should be a choice between one of those options and a Word file.
To get around this, I opened the Word "template", selected all, and turned on the "borders-all". Then I printed the file to a PDF and then brought the PDF in to InDesign to design my labels.

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

perfect size for printing graphics

By spfldcol

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Name Badge Label, 8 per sheet:

I was able to create beautiful name tags for our event, but it was difficult to get a second page.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Can't add another sheet

By BluZebra58

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Name Badge Label, 8 per sheet:

I have been using Word and Avery for many years. Yet I cannot add a second sheet to this template. I followed the instructions which is to just hit the Enter key. This only adds two labels to a second sheet. Hitting Enter again adds two more labels but they are not aligned. I don't know what I am doing wrong but I can't use this template.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

On line templates take time

By Nanner08

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Name Badge Label, 8 per sheet:

I just used the product to make name tags for the first time. I found the background I chose first to be too dark to be useful. This is for a cruise-themed get together, and the blue was too intense.

I switched to just the cruise ship graphic and no problem there. It was easy to resize and position on the badge. After playing with the program a bit, it was easy to change fonts, sizes and font colors.

I did not have a problem with adding additional sheets of labels and having them line up properly. For a free program, this was pretty decent! Even though I don't use Word on my computer, it was not a problem.

I did find I had to open an account on the site to save my work for later, but that's fine.

(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Bad template for use with other programs

By suzzee

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Name Badge Label, 8 per sheet:

As a designer I do NOT ever design anything in Word. To me a template is something I can bring into any program to use a a guide. This should be a eps or pdf file for that purpose. There should be a choice between one of those options and a Word file.
To get around this, I opened the Word "template", selected all, and turned on the "borders-all". Then I printed the file to a PDF and then brought the PDF in to InDesign to design my labels.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

So disappointed in this product

By GG11

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Name Badge Label, 8 per sheet:

I was put in charge of organizing an event at the last minute. Due to the short turn-around, I have not been able to begin working on name badges until now, which is 2 days before the event for 500 people. This template is the worst excuse for a template that I have ever seen. Only the first page is correct. If you try to copy it to other pages, it messes up and puts the bottom two labels on the next page, so you get 3 pages instead of 2 and the 2nd and 3rd pages are not right. I am buried with a myriad of other things that I need to get done, but instead I am fiddling with this stupid template trying to get it to work. I do not have time to worry about this sort of thing. I'll admit that I'm already stressed, but printing labels shouldn't add to my stress. Ordinarily, I am very satisfied with Avery labels and templates, but this experience has me re-evaluatiing the quality of Avery products.

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