Label Printer Pro 7
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Create professional results with incredible ease. Easy to use software is perfect for any of your labeling projects from return addresses to simple to create, eye popping business cards.
With easy to use image support you can make incredible name tags, CD/DVD labels Post Cards, Tent Cards and even T-Shirts!
Need images to use as backgrounds? We give you access to our own original background images at no additional cost, and to keep the download as fast as possible we host all of the images on our web site. Download just what you need, when you need it.
Are you a business with complicated serial numbering needs? We have you covered. Need Printable Tags with Strings? It is in there. Permanent ID Labels? In there too.
• Add images and formatted text to your favorite Avery or Compatible templates.
• Access to hundreds of background images.
• Curved text for CD/DVD labels.
• Contextual Menus make it easy to align Images.
• Make the first label the way you want and fill in all of the others with one click.
• Plain paper layouts for jewel cases.
• A4 and US Letter sizes supported.
• Up to date Avery specifications as of December 2012.
• Full support for OS X features such as FontBook, Spell Checking and others.
• Comprehensive Serial Number Routines
Please note that since Apple's AddressBook has built in label support we do not offer mail merge support. While settle for bloatware? If you need to print out mailing lists, do it for Free from AddressBook. Need to create incredible return address labels, or CD/DVD labels, business cards, binders, t-shirts or any of the hundreds of other Avery projects? Then this is the software for you.
What's New in Version 7.32
Mavericks bug fixed!
For me, version 7.31 was better than 7.32
Used 7.31 successfully for several sticker and label projects (using Mountain Lion). When I uploaded 7.32 I lost image alignments. None of the adjustments got the images where they belonged on the labels. Emailed Tech Support and got immediate answer. Evidently, the problem came about when fixes were made in to remedy Maverick issues. Tech Support advised I return to 7.31 and sent me the download and registration number. That fixed my problems and I am again making cool stickers and labels for business and for volunteer projects. So, while 7.32 did not work well for me I am guessing that the Maverick folks are okay. For sure, the Tech Support couldn't have been better. Any business or person can look good when things are going smoothly; it is the real pro who can look good when things mess up (and they do for everyone sooner or later). If you are looking for a neat, straightforward way to produce labels, stickers, etc. I would absolutely recommend Label Printer Pro. The criticisms I've read just lead me to believe the user may not have sought a solution or expected more from the app than what it is—a simple way to print labels. If you have a problem, I believe you can be confident their Tech Support will make it right. So, even though the update had a few wrinkles for me, this app still gets a hearty 5 stars. I wish Pay&Play Software every success.
Not very useful for what I need
I teach preschool and I make labels to add kids’ names to items quickly and easily (wet painty projects, their lost tooth in a baggie, etc..) I just want to be able to make a class set of labels on a sheet…I have found with this program I have to enter one individual name at a a time and change the font, center it, etc…then add another name and do the same thing over…it is time consuming BUT I can make it work. THe thing that annoys me the MOST is that the printing does not line up when I print out my labels. I printed (wasted) two sheets of labels this morning becuase the printing isn’t lined up correctly. I I entered the correct label type…why should I have to tweak it? I tried to fix it vertically and horizontally, but the only changes that worked were horizontally. I finally gave up and started shopping for a different program/app.
Alignment of labels
I am using OS X Yosemite and can not get the labels to line up with the characters. I have tried to adjust vertically but will only adjust down. It will adjust horizontally. So to compensate to get the job at hand done I adjusted the characters down to the next label. That way I lost the whole first line of labels. This was on Avery 5267 label sheets. On the Avery 8160 labels it was aligned horizontally but about two lines down vertically.
Not real happy with this expense of $9.99 for something that doesn’t work as advertised.