Posts Tagged ‘Avery 5160’

Seeing the Label – the OO edition

August 10, 2010

I should have included this little tidbit a couple of posts ago, but I didn’t think of it until today. I was poking around in Open Office (OO), and I wondered how difficult it would be to find the same function that I was talking about in that post. I just wanted to be able to turn on or turn off, depending on my need, the non-printing borders that are the borders of each cell in the table of a label. I’m using an ML-3000 label here for example. It seems OpenOffice made it a bit easier to find this feature than in Microsoft Word. Simply go to Table, then Table Boundaries. It’s a toggle, so click to go back and forth between having the lines visible or invisible, and you’ll be seeing the label, or not.

ML-3000, same layout as Avery 5160

The above picture is an ML-3000 template available here.

Ahgrrrrrrr! I misprinted a bunch of laser labels

July 13, 2010

I hate when that happens. Yesterday I was printing some ML-0600 shippinglabels / laser labels when I realized I was printing the labels incorrectly. I thought, well, there’s got to be something I can do with these now seemingly useless shipping labels. So I was having my morning coffee and it was getting a little cold. I threw it in the microwave, which some people in the office think omits brain damaging radiation. I mean seriously, not even when it’s on. They think if you leave the door open, it emits radiation. What? Anyway I went for the coffee, and aye yay yay, it was too hot. I had put it on a full cup setting and there was only a half cup left. Ding Ding Ding. I got the misprinted ML-0600 labels, and stuck them triple thick around the cup. I saved my fingers, I used the labels, and all was right with the world. Except for the huge fight I had with my wife at 4:30 this morning. Don’t ask.

ML-0600 shipping label used as a coffee cup insulator, ML-0600 is used in lieu of Avery 5164

It’s gonna be a hot one

June 21, 2010

It’s the first day of summer, or the Summer Solstice, today June 21 2010. It’s the longest day of the year. Things are heating up already, and it feels like it’s gonna be a hot summer. It was so hot that lady Gaga was taking her clothes off at the Yankee Game.
We’ve got some heat of our own. Our ML-3000’s are our hottest sellers, here’s a new template design:

ML-3000 template, same as Avery 5160

2010 World Cup

June 11, 2010

Yup, it’s that time soccer fans. It’s the first day of World Cup Soccer play. Soccer is almost as big as Hockey in the States. I’m just kidding soccer fans. Lighten up. Get ready for the world cup with these little world cup trophies on ML-3000 templates.

ML-3000 template, same as Avery 5160 layout

Chicago Blackhawks Win the Stanley Cup!

June 10, 2010

Congratulations to the 5 hockey fans out there who actually care about hockey. Oh come on, we’re just kidding. Really, congratulations Chicago. It was a great overtime victory. 4-3 over the Philadelphia Flyers. (I don’t know why some people call them the Filthydelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Fans are the nicest folks)
Here is a ML-3000 template so you can make sure everybody knows that the Blackhawks won. Feel free to litter the office with them.
Wooooo Hoooooo! Yeahhhhhhh Baby!

ML-3000 Template for the Chicago Blackhawks, Same as Avery 5160 Template

30 up labels in hot colors

June 8, 2010

Here are some labels that are perfect for color coding mailings. First send out the Yellow mailing, then the pink then the green. When you get the returns back, you’ll know which date mailings were sent out.
ML-8000, same layout as Avery 5160

Label Application tips

May 4, 2010

If you’re doing a mailing using the ML-3000, here are a few tips to make your mailing easier. Looking at the ML-3000, you’ll notice that there are perforations between each of the three columns. Separating these columns makes peeling the labels from the page much easier.
ML-3000, compatible with Avery 5160

If you’re using the ML-0200 half sheet labels, don’t peel the label off of the sheet, peel the backing sheet off of the label. That way the paper won’t curl so much, and will be easier to apply.
ML-0200, Avery doesn't make these babies

Happy 420 Day

April 20, 2010

It’s 420 day today. We don’t advocate fully celebrating 420 Day. For real happiness, you need to be wise in your life decisions. For your label purchasing decisions, consider our ML-3000 labels. They’re compatible with the Avery 5160 labels. They won’t give you the munchies, or get you arrested, but they’ll get you high on savings and quality.

Time to do the Taxes.

April 13, 2010

It’s not so bad to be in New Jersey sometimes. At least folks in some counties will get to file their taxes on May 11. It’s just postponing the inevitable but hey, time is time. For all you other folks, April 15th is the day you need to file your taxes. If you need address labels to address you tax returns, check out our ML-3000 labels. They’re avery 5160 compatible.

If you have any Letters To God you need to mail

April 9, 2010

Don’t hesitate to use these babies:

ML-3000, Avery 5160 compatible

If you just want to know more about Letters To God, just go here