MyLabel Designer Deluxe

MyLabel Designer Deluxe

MyLabel Designer can create and print out any labels that you need
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With the MyLabel Designer Deluxe program you can create and print out any labels that you need. You will have the labels that you want and won’t have to spend a fortune to get them. Creating your own customized labels with the program is an affordable alternative to have others do the work for you. The wizard will guide you through each step so you will be able to design the labels you want. The tools let you design like a professional. The database manager lets you find everything quickly and easily.

The tools included allow you to customize your labels. You can choose the size, layout, font and design of the label. There is much to choose from too. There are more than 5,000 label formats, templates and backgrounds to choose from. On top of that there are more than 10,000 fonts and six million photos and images that can be used.

The software is compatible with AVERY. It also features CD and DVD label support and can create product barcodes. There is an integrated photo editor so you can work with any images. The program supports EPS, PCX, WMF, TIFF, BMP, EMF, DIB, WPG, IMG, JPG and PCD image formats.

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Pros

  • Thousands of templates, formats and backgrounds included

Cons

  • None
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Johnny Dangerously

Johnny Dangerously There is one main reason this software is best (for me at least.) It is the ONLY labeling software that I have found that lets you SKIP LABELS and print only a certain number of labels on the sheet.

I use that feature mainly for creating and printing one-off labels. All the other software makes me print an entire sheet, or is difficult to reuse a sheet. e.g. I print one label but I don't like it. I make changes, and the next time I print onto the same sheet I can tell it to skip the label I've already used. Other software or templates would require me to virtually move the label to the new position -- very awkward.

Another great idea I've used. I once created some return address labels for a blind friend of mine. But wait, how will he know which way is UP? My solution was simple with MyLabel Designer: I simply printed HALF a sheet, turned the sheet around, and then printed the OTHER half. That way, he always knew the top 4 or 5 rows were UP.

I've used this software for about 25 years, and I've never found anything better.

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Guest

Guest Despite the age of the software and clunky appearance, I find it useful. Biggest annoyance is that it doesn't retain the sort order.

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Guest How do I get a free trial?

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