Posts Tagged ‘ML-0200’

Half Sheet Label Printing tip

July 19, 2010

There are times when you’re printing half sheet labels when you want to print only half the sheet and use the other half at a later time. One example of this is when you’re printing a Fedex Ground or Fedex Express shipping label. Normally, the Fedex shipping label will be printed on the top half of the page, and the instructions are printed on the bottom half of the page. These days, it’s a necessity to save everywhere you can. There is a way to print only the top half of the label, and not print the bottom half instructions. What you need to do is select the Shipping label. To do that, you need to put the mouse pointer just to the right of the Shipping label graphic and click and drag to the left so that the label looks like this in your browser:

Fedex Shipping label to print ont Half Sheet shipping label

After that’s done, type CTRL-p to get the Print dialog box. Once you see that box, check the checkbox named “Selection”. That will only allow what is selected to print, saving the bottom half of the page, so you can flip it, and use the bottom blank half for your next label.
You’re welcome. 🙂

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