How To Print Avery 5201 LabelsTutorial
How To Print Avery 5201 Labels - Avery 5201 labels are rectangular labels that are sized for 1/3-cut tabs on file folders. They are used to create a professional and organized look for easy and quick identification of files and documents. Avery 5201 labels come in a pack of 252 labels, with each sheet containing seven labels. These labels can be printed or written on using an inkjet or laser printer. Here's how to print Avery 5201 labels
How to Print Avery 5201 Labels
Step 1 Choose a Template
The first step in printing Avery 5201 labels is to choose a template. Visit the Avery website and choose a blank or pre-designed free template for Avery 5201 labels. You can also download a template from other websites or create your own template in Microsoft Word or other software.
Step 2 Customize Your Template
Once you have chosen a template, you can customize it by adding your desired text and images. You can use the Avery Design & Print software to customize your template or use other software such as Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop.
Step 3 Load The Printer
Make sure the printer is loaded with Avery 5201 label paper. You can purchase this paper at office supply stores or online.
Step 4 Print a Test Sheet
Before printing your labels, it's a good idea to print a test sheet on regular paper to check the alignment and content of your labels. This will help you avoid wasting label paper if there are any issues with your design or printer settings.
Step 5 Print Your Labels
Once you are satisfied with the test sheet, insert the Avery label paper into your printer and print your labels. Make sure to select the correct paper size and orientation in your printer settings.
If you encounter any issues with printing, you can refer to the troubleshooting steps in the resources. Here are some additional tips to help you troubleshoot common printing issues.
- Use canned air to blow off any dirt or paper fibers from previous use
- Use tissue paper or a paper towel to wipe down paper guides which may have adhesive residue and wipe down the rest of the tray that the paper will touch to remove the remaining dirt
- Check that you have the most updated drivers and firmware download for your printer. Outdated drivers can affect print accuracy
- Clean your multipurpose or lower cassette tray where you place your labels
- Use the Avery Design & Print software to create and print your labels. This software is designed specifically for Avery labels and can help you avoid common printing issues