May 25 2022 10:00 AM
May 25 2022 10:00 AM
In older versions of Word, Avery provided an add-on wizard which made it very easy to fill and print any of their labels. With Word 2019, I can still select the correct file folder label using the Word mail function, but when I go to print the undersized page using the manual slot on my printer, the text prints far to the left. Would like some advice. Note: Avery customer service was unable to help me.
May 29 2022 08:17 AM
My printer was already set to this option, and I have no problems printing envelopes this way. In fact, it is my default. However, it does not work with the labels. Very strange.
May 29 2022 12:15 PM
May 29 2022 02:28 PM
May 29 2022 07:54 PM - edited May 29 2022 07:58 PM
@AD5908 Labels in Word are actually tables with fixed cell dimensions.
What do you see in the backstage Print view. Does it show the paper size as a
Custom Page Size 4" x 6"
Does the Manual Slot on your computer allow you to center the label sheet in the center of the platen?
May 30 2022 12:34 PM - edited May 30 2022 12:36 PM
@AD5908 When you click on reply, click on the Full Text Editor link
and you will see this screen with a Browse button that allows you to select the file on your computer that you want to upload.
Use that to upload a copy of the label document.
May 31 2022 06:16 AM
May 31 2022 01:11 PM - edited May 31 2022 01:13 PM
@AD5908 While there was no text in that document, if I apply borders to the table and print it to 4" x 6" paper using a Brother HL-L2340D printer, the result is as indicated in the Print Preview shown below
Try downloading a new copy of the driver for your printer from the manufacturer's website.
May 31 2022 01:16 PM
Jun 01 2022 07:02 AM
Jun 01 2022 03:51 PM
@AD5908 The dimensions are show in mm because that is the setting that I have under File>Options>Advanced. If I change that setting to Inches, the following images show the page setup
While Hewlett Packard make reasonable good hardware, the printer drivers that they supply are not the best,
For HP Printer Problems with Windows 10, see:
Alternatively, try using the HP Universal print driver that you can obtain from: