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  • Try to review printing options.
  • Try to uncheck any "page scaling" or "fit to page".
  • Try not to use page margins.

Your labels are not aligned correctly when printing from your PDF software (Adobe Reader, Foxit, or any other PDF reader). You will have to verify if the PDF reader software is not trying to scale the printed document. Please review images: try to turn off any: page scaling, fit to page, or page margins options. Always print one test page on regular paper before you print all labels. Compare the printed page with your label page.

Acrobat Reader: set "Actual Size" in the Print window.

This should take care of the alignment problems.

Foxit Reader: set "None" in the Scale section.

This should take care of the alignment problems.

I printed off the labels from your PDF file on 5160 Avery labels, ... they don't line up properly. How can I re-adjust them so I can make them fit?

The barcode labels that you created for us for our books seem to be getting cut off when printing them on the Avery 5160 labels. How to align them?

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