Below you will find Word Templates & PDF Templates to help you to print onto your labels. Templates may need a little tweaking to work with your printer, as all printer settings differ.


Rectangle Label Templates

Within Microsoft Word there is a simple program which helps you position print on labels accurately.

To find this program, go to: Mailings > then click on the labels icon. Then under options, you can select the label layout if you know the equivalent Avery code. For reference, the Avery label codes are listed in the table below and in our product descriptions.

Round Label Templates

We have recently Revamped our Circle Templates for Word to a Table Style as requested by alot of our clients. You should find this to be easier for text printing and also adjusting this will be easier as you can just change the printer margins to move the table about.


Oval Label Templates

Here are the Templates for our Oval Labels that we stock


Butt Cut Label Templates 

Here are the Templates for our Butt Cut Labels with square corners


Square Label Templates

Here are the Templates for our Square Labels with rounded corners


Made To Order Sizes Templates 

Here are the Templates for our Made to order Labels

* Other size templates available on request.


Pre-made Printable Templates 

Here are a few designs that we like to print so we thought we would share them with you, Just download them and print. We will try to keep expanding this section with all our favourites, so keep checking back regularly for FREE A4 Printable Templates.


Design & Print Tips – Things to try..

Are your print settings set to print ‘actual size’ Having your printer set to ‘Fit’ or a Percentage for example 98% will also affect the printing layout & position

Click ‘File’ then ‘Print’ Click ‘Page Setup’ at the bottom of the settings – Click on the margins tab & Here you will see the margins that your printer is currently set to. In here you make adjustments to align the print to one side or the other, for example increase the left margin size to move the text right or decrease it to move your text left. You can also make a similar adjustment to move your Text up & down the page, for example Increase the Top margin value to move your text down the page or Decrease it to bring it up the page.

Drying Problems on an Inkjet? Try adjusting the DPI of the print, this should reduce the amount of ink being laid onto the sheet & should help with the drying process.

Try Printing through the bypass tray? (if your printer has one) Some Printers print more accurately through the bypass, this tray is designed to accept thicker materials such as labels and offers a straighter path through your printer by bypassing one or more feed rollers, which should reduce the chances of your label sheets rotating slightly as they are printed. So this is worth a try to test the position of your print.

Laser and Inkjet printers have an accuracy of +/- 1mm, so make sure you leave a good margin around your design or text to allow for this. If your text is going right to the edge of the label consider reducing the font size or word positioning.

Most Laser printers have an alternative setting for ‘labels’; this changes the default paper setting from 80gsm. On the screen that appears before you print look for the ‘properties’ or ‘settings’ option where you will find a selection of ‘material’ settings. Choosing the ‘labels’ setting will slow down the printer and will alter the temperature of the fuser unit, so that more energy is supplied to the labels. This bonds the toner to the surface of the labels, If you use the ‘normal paper’ settings then the toner may rub off easily because there has not been enough energy to bond it correctly.

Some Copier Printers have a thickness setting that also will affect the print Speed, Try setting your printer to ‘Thick 2’ or ‘Thick 3’ to slow down the printing process, this should reduce any printer feeding slip & could increase the image printing quality.

 * Disclaimer: Go2products A4 Sheet Labels are not made or endorsed by Avery. Avery is a trademark of CCL industries inc, registered in the UK and other Countries. References to Avery are solely used to indicate compatibility for label sizes and templates.

All trademarks are fully recognised, including Microsoft and the Avery Dennison group. The Avery label codes can be found in many software programs.