How To Print Mailing Labels From a PDF File

It’s quick and easy to print mailing labels from a PDF file. This quick guide shows you how to print Avery 5160 / 8160 mailing labels from a PDF file.

Video: How to Print Mailing Labels from a PDF File

Step-by-Step Guide: How to Print Mailing Labels from a PDF File

Step 1 : Open the Mailing Labels PDF file

Find the Mailing Labels PDF file on your computer, and double-click the file to Open it.

PDF File

If you already have Adobe Reader on your computer, the file will Open after you double-click on the file name.

If you don’t have Adobe Reader, you can download a free version online : Download Adobe Reader

After you Open the PDF file, it will look something like this:

How to print mailing labels from a PDF File

Step 2 : Go to ‘Print’ & Your Print Settings

When the PDF file is open, you can get to your Print settings in a few different ways:

  • Go to File > Print , or
  • Click the Right button on your mouse and select Print, or
  • Click on the Print icon

Step 3 : Select ‘Actual Size’

  • When your Print settings window is open, scroll down to the section that relates to ‘Scale’ or ‘Size Options’. (The words used to describe this section vary, depending on what program you use to print your labels).
  • Print Settings normally default to the ‘Fit to Page’ option. We want to change this. When you’re printing mailing labels from a PDF file, you need to change the Scale to ‘Actual Size’.
  • After you change the print Scale to ‘Actual Size’, your mailing labels will align properly and print out perfectly.

Step 4 : Print Your Mailing Labels

When you’re ready, put your Avery 5160 / Avery 8160 mailing labels in your printer, and then Print.

Tip: We suggest that you only print 1 page to begin with, so you can make sure everything looks correct before you print ‘All’ your labels.

If you’re having trouble printing your mailing labels, don’t worry; we can print them for you and ship them to you!

Please visit our Labels page for more information and pricing, or call us to place an order: 1 866 306 8674

Other Helpful Information

How To Print Mailing Labels From A PDF File FAQs

[Q]Can I ask LeadsPlease to add information to the labels?[A]Yes you can. For example we can add ‘Or Current Resident’ or the birth month month for Turning 65 lists.

[Q]Can I use any labels as long as they are 30 on a sheet?[A]Yes you can. As long as there are 30 labels on a sheet it will work.

[Q]Do you provide a ‘How To’ document for printing labels from a PDF?[A]Yes we do. When we email you the PDF we attach a ‘How To’ document. If you get stuck please call us +1 866 306 8674 and we can help you!

[Q]What is a PDF file?[A]A PDF File is a “Portable Document File”. These types of files are widely used and are popular when sharing documents, because they maintain a concurrent format, regardless of the type of operating system that you use to open it.

[Q]Can I use this Guide to print different types of mailing labels?[A]Yes! This Guide will help you Print any size Mailing Labels. We used Avery 5160 / 8160 Mailing Labels in our Video and Guide, because those are considered one of the most popular, ‘standard’ size mailing labels.

[Q]When I print my Mailing Labels, the last row of labels gets cut off and they aren’t printing properly. What am I doing wrong?[A]If your Labels are getting cut off at the bottom of the page, it might be because you skipped Step 3 : Select ‘Actual’ Size. If you skip Step 3, your Labels will not be aligned correctly, and some of the Labels will get cut off.

Mailing List of Houses With Swimming Pools

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Are you looking for a mailing list of houses with swimming pools?

Are you a service or supply company looking for new customers in your area?

Finding homes with swimming pools in your area is quick and easy.

First build your perfect customer profile.

Then target those perfect customers  in your area using demographic selects like homeowner, income, swimming pool.

eprintwerx_screen_shot_030 2013-01-09, 16_28_59How To Get Your Mailing List Printed On Your Mail Piece.

  • You can get your local mail shop to print the names and addresses directly onto the mail piece and add a postal indicia. Simply email them the excel spreadsheet.
  • If you have already had your mail piece printed and prefer to mail them yourself, you may want to print the names and addresses on peel and stick labels. We recommend using Avery 5160 peel and stick labels or any generic version which has 30 labels on a sheet.
  • Don’t forget to add a call to action like ” 10% discount on all swimming pool supplies while stocks last” or “first swimming pool service call free”.

Direct Mail Marketing Campaign For New Businesses

 Direct mail marketing campaign for new businesses.

Direct mail marketing for new businesses
Direct mail marketing for new businesses
  • Know your customer, then create your own ‘perfect’ customer profile.
  • Use this profile to build a targeted mailing list and find more ideal customers.
  • Choose a mail piece with an eye-catching design and a great ‘call to action’
  • Make sure that prospective customers have a really good reason to come to you for the services you provide.
  • Target geographic areas where you know you will more likely find your ‘perfect customer’.

For example:

If you are a pizza restaurant. You probably want to target families with children living in a 5 mile radius of your restaurant or

If you are a lawn service you may want to only service certain zip codes which have mostly single family homes or you may want to choose the radius search to you make sure your customers are in easy driving distance.

  • Make sure you correctly address your mail piece.
  • Missing out the second address line (Apartment/Suite Number) or not positioning the address block correctly will be costly.
  • Maintain and update your mailing lists.
  • Make sure you know who your real customers are.

This will be your most valuable asset!