St Patrick’s Day labels designed by Erin Rippy of Ink Tree Press. The Labels are in printable PDF templates ready to print on your laser and inkjet printers. ERIN GO BRAGH!
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These Spice Jar Labels are FREE for download! Designed by Ink Tree Press, they are fillable / editable printable PDF templates for printing on your laser and inkjet printers.
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Your Android device is a versatile tool which can be put to a variety of practical uses, including reading ebooks. But for that you need a decent ebook reading app. While there are several ebook readers available on the Android Market, the Cool Reader and FBReader open source apps are probably the best of the bunch.
We learned how to create fancy return address labels with LibreOffice in our last installment. Today we’re going to tackle mail merge. Mail merge is a powerful, time-saving word processor feature for addressing mass-mailings and form letters. It’s easy but a little weird in LibreOffice, so follow along and learn how to be a mail merge guru.
If you’re not familiar with LibreOffice, it is a superior offshoot of the popular free office suite OpenOffice. LibreOffice is cross-platform and runs on Linux, Mac, and Windows, and provides a word processor, database, spreadsheet, drawing program, and slideshow creator. With LibreOffice you can create address labels and form letters. It all starts with your database of addresses, and then following the not-very-intuitive steps to merge your addresses into your document. This is not well-documented in the LibreOffice help documents, and if you try to figure it out yourself you’ll get lost. So follow along and learn the right way– it’s an easy few steps when you know how. If you don’t have an address database, you don’t have to be a guru to create one because we’ll show how to do that too.
“A whole article on page numbering?” someone asked when I said I was doing this article. “Isn’t that kind of basic?”
The answer is that, at the simplest level, it is. However, add different numbering styles, restarting numbering, or automating numbering, and the apparently basic topic quickly becomes more complicated. Set up a master document, and still another dimension is added. What at first seems like a straightforward task has far more options than many users imagine.
Moreover, in LibreOffice (or OpenOffice.org, for that matter), generally, you’ll want to put page numbers in headers or footers, so they are separate from the rest of the text on a page and easy to read. Setting up a header or foot is not difficult, but it does add another step or two to the apparently basic task of adding a page number.
Start promoting your Pinterest boards to all your friends, customers and acquaintances. Use these labels and stickers on your packages, mailings, envelopes, shipments so folks will know that they can find you on Pinterest.
Labels are in PDF editable and printable templates. If you highlight text and press Control + E, a font properties window will pop up allowing you to change font types, color and size. For best results, use Adobe Reader 9 or higher.
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Vintage gummed labels in editable printable PDF templates for your to print on your laser and inkjet printers. Special thanks Karen, also known as The Graphic Fairy for the great image. Start labeling your cartons, mailers and other shippments with these awesome Vintage designed shipping labels. Download is FREE. The design is available in Red, Black, Blue, Pink, Orage and Green!
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Organizing your stuff with these labels! See this same set in a different design here. Use them for all sorts of stuff in the home or office. Use them in the kitchen, craft studio, kid’s room, garage and more! In case you missed it, check out the first set of Organizing Labels by Erin Rippy of Ink Tree Press Labels are free for download and are in edible PDF templates ready to print on your laser and inkjet printers.
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