Worldlabel.com (Peekskill, NY), October 9, 2012—WorldLabel, the preeminent label manufacturer and distributor, is pleased to announce the launch of their new website and branding identity. Created by Fabricatorz, a global software and hardware production company, the new worldlabel.com incorporates the latest in website technology, including HTML5 and make-static software. The updates make for faster navigation, easier browsing and a fresh clean look—essentials when considering the breadth and depth of WorldLabel’s products.
Is it too early in the year for next year’s calendar? We don’t think so! Once again, like last year, we had a few request from our viewers for a fillable 2011 calendar, so here it is. Start organizing for next year now.
Check out our free, fillable and printable PDF document template 2011 calendar with notepad. It has the features you need to keep your life on track on calender pages that are a fully printable 8.5″ x 11″. Please also check out our PDFplannerPRO, a fillable printable planner, organizer, diary and more! If you need our 2009 Calender, or 2010 Calendar, go for that as well!
Features at a glance:
- Customize with your own logo or image
- Input your data and save or print
- Print the complete calendar or specific pages
- Notepad for each month
- PDF format allows for easy sharing and opening
Instructions For Inputting Your Data:
Click on month in Contents menu within the calendar to jump to desired page.
Like any other modern GNU/Linux distribution, Ubuntu has no shortages of software for printing labels. Many users content themselves with the label and mail merge features in OpenOffice.org Writer or in Abiword or KOffice. All these solutions will do a basic job, especially with text. But what if you want elaborate formatting or graphics with your labels? What if you want a smaller, dedicated program that is quicker to load than a complete word processor? In these cases, you should consider turning to gLabels instead.
As you might guess by the name, gLabels is a program designed to run on the GNOME desktop. Specifically, it is designed for GNOME 2.16 or later, which means that it should work on any version of GNOME released in the last four or five years.
By Bruce Byfield
There are times when all you want or need is something to just work and get the job done quickly and efficiently without frills or fuss. You probably don’t want to fire up Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator to create just a few labels. You want legibility, and maybe some zip, but edgy for your file labels is probably not what you had in mind when you contemplated cleaning up your file folders.