Are you moving soon and need help with organizing all your cartons and boxes? Do you need printable moving or storage labels to help you to identify all your valuables? Or, maybe you need to keep everything in storage for a while and — in this case — you really do have to have everything labeled. No worries! We’re offering a free fillable Moving Label Kit for you to download. It is a PDF template and the printable labels are in US letter size sheets.
Included in the Moving Label Kit: master list, fragile labels, this side up labels, customize tags for each room, To and From, beware glass, shipping label size and more……..
Label sizes to use:
- For fragile labels use our Shipping Labels size 3.5 x 5″
- Shipping Label Autofill Template use Shipping labels size 4 x 3.33
- For To and From label Autofill Template use our Shipping Labels size 4 x 3.33
- For the Tags use our Shipping Labels size 4 x 1″
- For Handle with Care Glass use our Half Sheet Label 8.5″ x 5.5″
- Or your can just print it out on paper, cut and use tape to stick -:)
Specs: This Moving Label Kit in PDF is cross-platform and application independent. They will work on Mac OSX, Linux, Windows, Solaris and other operating systems. There can be compatibility issues among different PDF Readers. For optimum performance and full use of all functions, we recommend you download for free Adobe PDF Reader version 9.
Fonts: If you want to change the font type, size or color, (as well as bold, italics, etc.) for the To and From and Shipping Labels, select Control +E if you’re using a PC or Apple + E on a Mac. A toolbar will appear giving you additional text properties. Select “More” in the font properties toolbar for paragraph alignment and more.
- Make sure the Highlight Tab is on
- Use the Scroll Downs to choose room or custom enter your info
“Choose which room using the scroll down or custom enter”
“Use our Wl-5100 size, keep track of all your fragile items from each room”
“Use the scroll down to choose which room and the tag the carton. You can also customize an entry”
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