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#1 azhuskergirl

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    Posted 11 July 2008 - 12:10 PM

    Don't know if anyone else saw this, but Martha Stewart has a really fun template for address labels. Rather than use a sticker machine, I'm going to print on sticker paper, so all I have to do is peel the backing off.....I'm a bit lazy that way.

    *sorry for the misspell in the title! oops!*

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    Folded Label How-To
    Using our template, type return addresses on left side of document and addresses on right; print. Run page through a sticker machine. With a bone folder, crease where indicated; cut out using a utility knife and ruler. Trim short edges with pinking shears. Adhere labels to envelopes, positioning folds so return addresses are on back.

    How to Use This Editable PDF
    General Tips
    1. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader software to open this PDF file. You can download it here.

    2. You will not be able to save a version of the file that contains your changes. You can, however, save a copy of the template itself, which will let you open and modify it again so you can do your work in several sessions.

    3. Because you cannot save a copy of what you've typed, proofread carefully on screen before printing it out.

    4. To change the words, highlight the entire line of text, and then retype. You will notice that the type shifts position on your screen when you do this, but don't worry -- it will print out in the proper position.

    The Return Address
    1. When you change the topmost return address, the software will automatically change all the others on the page.

    2. Use all lower case when typing the return address.

    3. Spell out the state name.

    4. Place a space between each number of the ZIP Code.

    The Recipient's Address
    1. Use an ampersand for the word "and."

    2. Press the "Caps Lock" key when you type the street address, and the city and state.

    3. Spell out the state name.

    4. Type a space between each number of the ZIP Code.

     

     

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    #2 PamelaLuedekePhoto

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      Posted 11 July 2008 - 12:11 PM

      oooh! very cute!

      Click the image to open in full size.

      #3 Jenn3878

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        Posted 11 July 2008 - 12:19 PM

        Thanks for sharing!

        #4 Jacqueline

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          Posted 11 July 2008 - 12:42 PM

          gotta love that martha! thanks!!

          #5 jmill130

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            Posted 11 July 2008 - 12:43 PM

            Very handy, thanks for sharing!

            #6 brendee2005

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              Posted 07 August 2011 - 07:22 AM

              thanks for sharing!!



              #7 ChristiandRyan

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                Posted 25 September 2011 - 02:24 PM

                thanks for posting!



                #8 BrideVee

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                  Posted 26 February 2012 - 02:18 PM

                  Thanks for sharing!






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