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Avery Easy Peel Mailing Labels for Ink Jet Printers, 1 x 2-5/8 Inches, Clear, Pack of 300 (18660)
Create a professional, custom-printed look with clear labels that virtually disappear when applied to white and colored surfaces. Easy Peel feature allows you to remove labels easily from the sheet. Pop-up Edge lets you bend the letter-size sheet to expose the label edge, peel, and then fold the sheet back to flat. Avery offers many easy-to-use templates for Microsoft Word and other popular software programs. Compatible with inkjet printers.
Remove Labels easily with Avery's Easy Peel feature. Columns can be separated to expose label edges for easier, faster peeling
Clear Labels for sharper print quality virtually disappear when applied to white and colored surfaces
Easy-to-use Avery Tempalates for Microsoft Word
Guaranteed printer performance in HP, Canon, Epson and other popular ink jet printers
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17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Easy to Use LabelsJun 17, 2011
By M Miller
I have used these labels for several personal mailing projects (anniversary party invitations, graduation announcements, return address labels) and they are easy to use. You can set up the template easily in Microsoft Word.
1) You can't rerun the sheet through the printer if you don't use all the labels on the first printing. This is because when you use the easy peel feature, the backing gets bent and will jam the printer if you try to run it through a second time. So any unused labels on a sheet are wasted.
2) The labels don't disappear well enough on colored envelopes. The labels have a matte finish that shows up very visably on colored paper.
22 of 25 found the following review helpful:
Great for Weddings!Sep 16, 2010
My fiance and I ordered these labels to use for our wedding invitations, they were wonderful. It was so easy to use the mailings import feature with the product code in Word. We just exported our guest list into excel from on of the wedding websites we used to plan the wedding. Then from excel we imported the list into word and the template for these labels...then just print! They looked great, and since we are on a time crunch printing the addresses and return address was much faster than handwriting all of them! The clear labels looked great against our ivory envelopes! You can barely notice them! We're even going to use these for labeling our favors! I highly reccomend them!
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Frosted. Not clear.Nov 26, 2013
By Amazon Customer
These are frosted, not clear. I need something that you can see through. not something that is frosted. Oh well. Money down the drain.
14 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Great in theory, but watch out.Dec 12, 2011
Suppose you want to print just one label, say, the top left label on an otherwise blank sheet. Now suppose you use the "Easy-Peel" feature to remove it from the sheet. Oops. Surprise: You have just wasted the other 29 blank labels. Using the Easy-Peel feature requires you to tear the paper backing along its perforation, which means you have now reduced the width of the sheet. It also means exposing all of the adhesive tabs underlying the entire left column of 10 labels. Result: The sheet is no longer wide enough to fit your printer's guides--and even if it were wide enough, all of that exposed adhesive would play havoc with your printer. Bottom line: printing that one label has just cost you the ability to use any of the other 29 labels.
This product should only be used in situations where you are ready to print 30 perfect labels, sheet after sheet, without the need for any single labels (or "old maids"). Alternatively, if you do plan to print old maids, then be ready to use some other method (fingernails, tweezers, your teeth) to remove each solo label from the backing sheet--DON'T use the Easy-Peel feature.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Addendum to previous review.Dec 09, 2013
By Joan Collings
I just started using this package of labels and am very disappointed. They are extremely difficult to peel, and are not the transparency quality normally sold. Some are actually not transparent. I will make use of them, but am disappointed.
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