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Q: How Do You Use The Registration Marks?
A. Do you order blank labels from SheetLabels.com? Do you like to setup and print your artwork at home? If so, this blog is going to help you! This blog is going to teach you how-to use the registration marks on your blank sheets of labels when loading the sheets into your printer so that you can print perfectly, each and every time!
Ordering blank labels and printing at home using your desktop laser or inkjet printer is an easy process. When you order blank labels from SheetLabels.com, they are shipped in sheet form. Each sheet of labels shipped from SheetLabels.com has a set of registration marks.
The registration marks on your sheets of labels help you to identify which side of the sheet is the top and which side is the bottom. These registration marks come in handy when using templates provided by SheetLabels.com.
When loading your sheets of labels into your printer, always make sure your registration marks are facing the same direction.
Next, load your labels into your printer, registration marks first. At SheetLabels.com, we recommend using the manual feed or manual bypass tray.
By this time, you should have your artwork file setup in one of the templates provided by SheetLabels.com. All you need to do now is click “Print”. After you click “Print” your labels run through the printer and come out looking perfect!
Printing labels at home doesn’t need to be a hassle. Just open one of our templates, setup your artwork file and load the sheet of labels into your printer, registration marks first of course… then press print! It really is that easy!
Have you ever ordered blank labels and printed at home using your own laser or inkjet printer? If so, did you understand how to use the registration marks at the top of the sheet of labels? Share your feedback and questions or video suggestions on our Facebook, Twitter or Google+ pages using #SLIBlog!