How to Print 30 Address Labels Per Sheet

by Matthew Burley; Updated September 26, 2017

Many businesses send out a lot of mail. Whether it is sending invoices, advertisements for new products or bill payments, the volume of mail can pile up quickly. If the company does not have envelopes with pre-printed return addresses or cannot print recipient addresses directly on to an envelope, then using address labels is a good solution. Due to the cost of label sheets, it is often ideal to get as many of them on to a sheet as possible. Therefore, 30 label sheets are ideal for minimizing cost while still making the information legible.

Step 1

Navigate to the Avery label template website and download the appropriate template for the program you are using to print the labels. Most address labels will include a note indicating which Avery template to use, but you can also choose the template based on the layout of your label sheets.

Step 2

Double click on your downloaded template to open the file.

Step 3

Click on the top left corner of the empty sheet to begin entering address information. The template has defined spaces for each label, so you will not need to manage the labels manually.

Step 4

Copy and paste the information from the first label into each of the spaces for the rest of the labels, if you are printing 30 of the same labels. If you are printing different labels, then click in the space for the next label and begin typing again. Repeat this process until each of the needed label spaces have been filled.

Step 5

Verify that your label sheets are inserted correctly in your printer.

Step 6

Click the "Print" button on your application and select the printer that the label sheets are loaded into. Click the "Ok" or "Print" button in the Print dialog window.

Tips

  • Some printers have problems with edge to edge printing. If information is getting cut off at any of the sides of your labels, adjust the margins in your application to the smallest amount possible.

About the Author

Matthew Burley has been a writer of online content since 2005. You can view many of his articles on associatedcontent.com. Burley holds a Bachelor of Science in political science from Arizona State and a Master of Science in computer information systems from the University of Phoenix.