Footnote to a frustrating afternoon Current mood: productive
Hello- I recently purchased Foil Accent (Snowflake design) stationary and address labels. The address labels are UPC code 67919. While I had no problems at all with the stationary (it's easy to format myself), formatting these labels has been an epic battle. It's extremely frustrating.
First of all I am on a Macintosh computer, and more significantly I do not have Microsoft Word. The "web" formatting option was not available for this product. I am pretty irritated that without one particular software product, well then in this case the consumer is completely up the creek.
I did manage eventually to find an application that could open the Word document, and though the formatting was all screwy I (through cussed stubbornness) eventually managed to print two pages of labels. (The third page of labels was a casualty in this engagement). I could have hand-written all the envelopes three times over by now.
I just wanted to write and let you kow that in this case, your "DIY Printables Made Easy" were anything but. I'll be sticking with Avery labels in the future- their formats are pre-installed in my word processing program.
Too bad that, after all that work, some of my envelopes will still be handwritten. (Since one page of labels was ruined). I did at least like the stationary- I'd buy stationary from your company again.
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