Wine Labels

> Can anyone suggest a good source for the wine labels and the software to > allow them to be printed up on my HP printer?
I've had good luck with labels from onlinelabels.com. I've been using their OL3077 in one of the weather proof materials.
As for the software, I just layout the labels in Word and print a test page. In good light you can place the test page on top of the label stock to check for alignment.
Greg G.
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gregmg
Thanks for that piece of information Greg. >"gregmg" wrote in message > > Can anyone suggest a good source for the wine labels and the software to > > allow them to be printed up on my HP printer? > > I've had good luck with labels from onlinelabels.com. I've been using > their OL3077 in one of the weather proof materials. > > As for the software, I just layout the labels in Word and print a test > page. In good light you can place the test page on top of the label > stock to check for alignment.
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Tom Kunich
I use Avery DesignPro which is a free download from the Avery at www.avery.com Avery has a wide variety of labels. I use Staples label 08164 - six 3 1/3" x 4" labels per sheet. This is the same as Avery 5164. I have found the software easy to use and quite intuitive. > Can anyone suggest a good source for the wine labels and the software to > allow them to be printed up on my HP printer? > >
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Bruce
> Can anyone suggest a good source for the wine labels and the software to > allow them to be printed up on my HP printer? > > Avery is what I use
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JB

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