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Create Fancy Address Labels with LibreOffice.org

http://blog.worldlabel.com

There are something like a squillion and one different Avery® and Avery-compatible address labels you can buy, and with the open source LibreOffice productivity suite you can easily create your own custom fancy return address labels.

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Label & Card printing resources with TeX and LaTeX

http://blog.worldlabel.com

Although TeX is most often used to create structured documents like research papers, it can be used to generate any document type — including specialty items. For the unfamiliar, here are some resources for using TeX to print envelopes, labels, badges, and cards.

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Generating barcodes with KBarcode

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Sometimes alphanumeric text simply won’t cut it, and you need a bar code — mailing labels, security badges, inventory tracking, perhaps even URL-encoding for mobile phones. With KBarcode, you can use a simple desktop application to generate several dozen different barcode types

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Generating labels and business cards in OpenOffice.org

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Despite the fact that open source has specialty label-and-business-card programs, most users are going to continue to create their documents in the word processor they feel most comfortable with like OpenOffice.org Writer.

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Labels and cards with gLabels from beginner to advanced

http://blog.worldlabel.com

A 2 part article: In the world of label creation software for Linux, gLabels is the long-standing market leader. It offers a convenient graphical interface in which you can design labels with the same tools you are used to finding in image editing software, but it also supports business-friendly advanced features like “mail merge” and barcode generation

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Fast labels & Card layout with Gimplabels for Gimp

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Gimplabels is a set of scripts for the Gimp image editor that make creating labels and business cards a snap. It works part of its magic by depending on the GUI label designer gLabels.

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Designing labels and cards with scribus

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Designing labels & cards is a straightforward process with Scribus: you import the proper template, lay out one label the way you want it, then duplicate your creation to fill the rest of the slots on the template. To get the best results, however, you will need to make use of some specific features: layers, text styles, and more.

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Labels from the command line with LabelNation

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Ever tire of laying out a sheet of address labels in OpenOffice.org or Word templates when you’re in a hurry? LabelNation may be able to help. It is a small free software tool that whips out printer-ready label layouts from the command line

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Printing Labels in Ubuntu

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Many users are content with the label and mail merge features in OpenOffice.org Writer, Abiword or KOffice for basic jobs. What if you want a smaller, dedicated program for elaborate formatting or graphics. In these cases, you should consider turning to gLabels.

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OpenOffice.org compatible Labels from WorldLabel

http://www.worldlabel.com

A label collection created in cooperation with ColourLovers.com. The collection includes hundreds of free CD and address labels you can personalize for use with OpenOffice.org.

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