Learn how to complete label templates using copy and paste.
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In this video, we explain how to quickly and easily complete label templates using copy and paste. The video features easy to follow step by step instructions to help you complete your templates. Learn how to complete three different label layouts in Word.
The best way to create label templates with identical designs in each label is to use copy and paste. This means you only need to set up your design once before copying it into the rest of your template. This is much quicker and more accurate than trying to add your design label by label.
However, you can't just copy your first design and then paste it into the rest of the template - unless there are no gaps between your labels. If there are gaps between your labels (and these gaps are included in your Word template), you need to avoid pasting your design into the gaps. If you paste your designs into the gaps, this could throw off the alignment of your template and make it impossible to print your labels properly.
Our video takes you through the three main layouts using for sheet labels. These are labels with NO GAPS, labels with GAP BETWEEN COLUMNS, and labels with GAPS BETWEEN COLUMNS & ROWS.
We also explain how to complete label layouts with gaps between rows. While this layout is rarely used on sheet labels, you may need to complete this type of layout if you are using labels with gaps between columns and rows in their landscape orientation.
We have written various guides to completing Word label templates with copy and paste, including:
This guide takes you through the process of completing the four different label layouts used for sheet labels. It includes handy screenshots showing each of the layouts being completed.