I've provided a link, below. Perhaps you've seen it already and are skeptical because of the users who've complained that the template doesn't perform properly - they have alignment problems and such.
I've used the 31-tab Ready Indexes for YEARS and have NEVER had any of problems. (I've used them with Office 2003, 2007 and 2010 and Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7.)
NOTE THAT I HAVE USED THE TEMPLATE THAT IS "STANDARD EQUIPMENT" IN MICROSOFT WORD! That is, I have NOT downloaded the template from the Avery site. I would assume both templates would be identical, but perhaps not!
If you're using Microsoft Office, you should already have the tempate. How you "get to it" varies by Office version, but in general, you're looking for "Mailing" -> Envelopes and Labels. Click on "Labels", then "Options", then scroll the numerical list for 11129. Once you find it, click on "New Document."
Here's the link to Avery's template:
Which of these best describes your job role: Professional
How do you typically use Avery products: Getting Organized
How often do you use this item: Often
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answered 2 years, 2 months ago
The downloadable template for this product and other Avery products can be found at www.Avery.com/Templates
and also through Avery design software at www.Avery.com/Software
. The link for the downloadable template can be found under the product image on the product page. Here is the link for the downloadable template for this product http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Te...
answered 2 years, 5 months ago