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DESIGN YOUR OWN PRINTED LABELS


You can improve the appearance of your products by sticking on printed labels and give your company a more professional image. Design your own labels showing your company logo and artwork and add your address and any other information that may be useful to your customer, such as re-order details. Professional printers can produce printed labels for you in any size and shape and can print them in colour if you require.

Design your own label or get professional help from your printer. Printers can be found on line and these websites provide software to help you design your own printed labels. If you use a large number of labels using a printer can be cost effective but if you only use a limited number of printed labels, then purchasing your own inkjet or laser printer can prove cheaper and just as effective.

You can produce your labels on rolls, sheets, fanfolds and even basic inkjet printers can produce full colour labels. If you use a digital printer, you can produce your own label designs from your own digital photographs. Even a small company can print bar codes for their own use for such activities as a fixed asset register or stock control in a warehouse or retail shop and a printer which can produce bar codes can be used to produce all sorts of printed labels.

Print your labels on clear film so that your product can be seen through the printed labels. Labels can be purchased cheaply over the internet or in a local stationery shop with a large variety of “standard” sizes based on A4 sized paper to choose from. You can then use a basic word processing or desktop publishing package to design your own printed labels.

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