Here at Label Planet, we have lots of experience in designing and printing labels. Check out our home page to find out how we can help you print your own labels or use the links below.
- Word templates can be edited using software that can process Word’s .docx file format (e.g. Word, Pages), while PDF templates can only be edited using a graphics package (e.g. Photoshop, InDesign).
- If prompted, select “save” (not open), before using your software to open your saved template (File > Open).
- You may need to click on an “Enable Editing” button/banner before you can make changes to your template.
- If you can’t see the outline of the labels in a Word template, you need to turn on table gridlines (visit our Label Printing Guide to find out how).
Once you have designed your template, always do a test print onto blank paper before printing onto your labels; this will allow you to check the accuracy of your template and your printer’s alignment – and make any necessary adjustments required to get the best possible alignment – before you put your labels in your printer.
For more advice, please read our Guide To Designing & Printing Labels. You can also watch our short video - How To Find Label Templates For Rectangle Labels, which explains how to download a template. Request A Sample if you would like to have a few sheets on hand to practice designing and printing your own labels.
These Word Templates & PDF Templates have been tested for accuracy as of Autumn/Winter 2016.
Every single template we provide has been set up by our Template Team & thoroughly reviewed before being added to our website to ensure that they are 100% compatible with our label products, easy to use for beginners and experts, and as trouble free as it is possible for a label template to be! Should you experience any problems with our templates, please get in touch with our Customer Service Team.