Online Labels Published 01/01/2010 • Updated 11/06/2020 There are three main components to a label: the facestock, adhesive, and liner. All of these parts come together to make a label sheet. Below is a breakdown of each part and tips for using this knowledge to find a quality label.
Online Labels Published 07/23/2020 • Updated 07/23/2020 For some, coming up with a business plan is difficult. For others, it's the product pricing strategy that seems too complex to tackle. But for most, naming your business, products, or services can be the largest hurdle to overcome.
Online Labels Published 11/11/2019 • Updated 10/28/2020 To use the mail merge function in Maestro Label Designer, you'll first need to create a data list. Below, we walk you through the process in Excel and Notepad so you can make labels ...
Online Labels Published 10/24/2018 • Updated 10/29/2020 Before you print a full batch of labels, you may want to conduct what we call a "test print." Printing a few samples before running through your label inventory could save you from some costly mistakes down the road.
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Online Labels Published 11/12/2019 • Updated 10/27/2020 The following instructions outline how to print multiple designs on one sheet of labels and/or how to intentionally leave some blank if you don't want to use the whole sheet at once.
Maestro Label Designer is online design software created exclusively for OnlineLabels.com customers. It's a simplified design program made specifically for use with our label configurations, so there's no hassle. Once you launch Maestro Label Designer, you can find the "Pre-Designed Templates" section in the left menu.
Online Labels Published 06/19/2019 • Updated 06/20/2019 This article is designed to help you add extra durability to your label sheets after they've been printed. While these tips may increase your labels' resistance to moisture, contact, or submersion, they work best with film-based labels.