AutofillPDF-Labels speeds up label making

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Worldlabelcom has announced the release of AutofillPDF-Labels 1.0, a free PDF label template collection.

The templates — billed as a “complete collection of ‘Basic Formatting’ templates” — can help you print out letter-sized label sheets for address, shipping, mailing, CD labels, file folder labels, round labels, name badges, business cards, and all popular Avery labels. All you need is an application that can read and print PDF files (Apple’s own Preview software can do so, though recommends download Adobe’s free Reader 9 software).

By filling in one cell on the PDF template, the tab key will fill the entire template with information gathered from the first cell, according to the developer. For images, you’ll be prompted to select a file; the image then autofills in all image fields.

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