By Erin Huffstetler | 01/01/2014 | 5 Comments
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Use these free, printable file folder labels to organize your world. There are two formats available: one that will allow you to type different text onto each label, and one that will auto-fill the whole page, once you fill out a single label.
Create name labels to stick on items that you don’t want to lose (think: school supplies and other belongings that your kids take out of the house). Then, make more to organize your filing cabinet, craft supplies, photos and all of those other important items that you have tucked away.
2. Click on the first label. This will bring up a box that explains that you can’t save the labels with your text filled in (such is the limits of pdf files). Just click the “close” button to get rid of the box.
3. Then, start filling out your labels. If you would like to change the font or type size, hold the “Ctrl” and “E” keys down at the same time. This will bring up a box with all of your font and size options.
4. Once, you’re happy with your labels, load a sheet of label paper into your printer, and hit print.
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