Jay J. NelsonContributor, Macworld

Jay Nelson is a printing, design, and publishing industry veteran. As editor and publisher of Design Tools Monthly since 1992, he chronicled publishing’s evolution from manual paste-up to iPads. He loves fonts and font technology, manages PhotoLesa.com and publishes e-books at TheSkinnyBooks.com. He’s also the author of the upcoming book “QuarkXPress 2016 for Dummies” (Wiley).

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You can use word processing tools to create address and package labels, but some of the dedicated apps for such tasks let you put some creative punch into the job.

Stellar programs for printing labels

You can use word processing tools to create address and package labels, but some of the dedicated apps for such tasks let you put some creative punch into the job.