You can print labels from Adobe documents in any of the Adobe software programs. The process only takes a few minutes and a few sheets of blank label paper. Create your labels beforehand in an Adobe software and save the file. Print later as needed. You can print labels of all types, including luggage tags and address labels. Before saving to print, adjust your labels to the same size and position as the pre-cut labels on the label sheets.
Things You'll Need
- Label paper
- Adobe acrobat
Load your printer with a standard 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet of blank labels.
Open the label document in Adobe.
Click on the printer icon on the toolbar in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. A print dialog window will open on the screen.
Select the printer you will print to in the drop-down menu at the top of the dialog box.
Click on the "Print Range" you'll be printing for this label document. Selecting "Current Page" will usually work, since the label document is most likely just one page.
Select the number of copies or pages of labels you want printed under the section titled "Page Handling."
Click "OK" in the lower right-hand corner of the dialog box to start printing.
Review your printed labels.
Tips & Warnings
- Allow the ink to dry before handling the labels.
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