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Resize Adobe Express so I can use as a label? or print it multiple times on 1 page.

Explorer ,
Feb 04, 2024 Feb 04, 2024

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I remixed a template, resized it to 5x7 inch card, downloaded it as a png file and again as a pdf file hoping to be able to print it multiple times on adhesive paper as a label.  When I try to place it as an Avery label it only prints as a full page ..not as a 5x7.....What am I not doing?   

 

I'm on a Mac Laptop Sonoma 14.2.1     Safari 17.2.1   

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Feb 05, 2024 Feb 05, 2024

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There could be all sorts of reasons it's not working as you want it to. My first question would be is 5x7 the finished size of the label? You wouldn't really get more than one of those on a page that 8x11, or in Europe an A4 sheet. 

 

So, if you want a sheet of labels then you will need to resize the template to the finished size of the label you want to print. Not forgetting to allow for margins etc so that nothing gets cut off. 

 

If your label is 2x3 inches with a certain number to a page, then your design will need to be 2x3 inches so that it can fill all the available spaces. 

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Feb 12, 2024 Feb 12, 2024

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Thank you for the suggestions.  I can print 2 5x7 images on an 8.5x11 sheet if I turn them sideways.  I had resized them to the dimnsions I desired, but when I select Print, it showed them full size on 1 sheet.  

 

I ended up taking a screen shot of my designed label, saved it as a pdf, opened it in Google Docs,  resized the pdf and rearranged it on the page and printed it that way.  I lost some clarity using the screenshot save method, but I did get my label project finished.  I'm pretty sure there's a more efficient way to do this that doesn't use my screenshot steps and if anyone can provide some guidance I would sure appreciate it.

 

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