Buying the correct labels is only the first step in completing a labelling project.
If you’re printing your own labels, you’ll need to follow up your purchase by designing a template (unless you’ve got one pre-prepared) and printing your labels.
Of course, some of our customers are seasoned veterans when it comes to designing templates and printing labels but for the rest of our customers DIY labels can become a bit of an uphill struggle; whether they’ve simply got no idea where to start or they run into a problem that they just can’t seem to fix.
This is where Label Planet’s extras come in! We’ve set up an advice section on our website, full of tips and helpful guides to designing and printing labels (including troubleshooting advice), along with Word and PDF templates for you to download and use completely free of charge.
For the most part, template troubles can be banished by making a few small adjustments to formats and settings – but if you’re new to designing and printing labels, it’s all too easy to get lost in the options available. We’ve been working with labels and templates for over ten years, which means that we’ve picked up a whole heap of shortcuts and solutions that can help to resolve the majority of template and printing problems quickly and easily. We’ve used this knowledge to build a range of guides and advice pages so that our customers can get the very best out of the labels they buy from us.
We also offer one to one advice (by phone or email) to all of our customers, so you can get advice and guidance on the specific issues that you’ve encountered with your template to get you back on track as quickly as possible.
If you need some advice on designing and printing your labels, or you need to download a template, simply visit our Label Planet Advice section to get started. Alternatively, you can contact our customer service team to discuss any problems or queries that you have.