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Printing a Label to Your Own Shape Design on MS Word

MS Word has many manufacturers label templates that allow you to easily print labels to their design. If you are printing a label that does not fit a designated manufacture's size, you are essentially printing on a custom label.

Using your own sized label design on MS word is easy to do.  Don't get me wrong, I am talking square or rectangular designs outside of Microsoft Word's templates.  Odd ball designs and sizes.   
If you are thinking of using MS Word to print on that star shaped label, this article might not help you.

If you are find yourself stumped for a manufacturer's template though, you have found the right place.

I wrote an article Hubpages that will help you to print a label to your own custom square or rectangular shape of your design.  I hope it helps.

Click Here to Make A Custom Label 

I've done a number of other posts that give you some real basic tips to help your label making process.  Check these out if you'd like:

Centering / Aligning Label Text :  How to get the print on a label postioned in the area you want it. Alignment makes your label look more professional.

Wait! Who sang the US National Anthem in the AFC 2012 Championship Game?  The murder of an anthem.  You might want to "label" this rendition r-e-j-e-c-t.

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