( OOo ) Label Templates download Review

last updated in Categories Download of the day, Linux desktop, OS X, Windows (OOo) is an open source suit of business applications that runs on Linux, Windows, Mac, FreeBSD, Solaris and UNIX versions. It is an alternative for Microsoft Office. OOo is compatible with Microsoft Office files and includes a word processor, spreadsheet, and drawing and presentation program.


A quick introduction to Templates

Templates save your time. A template includes specialized formatting that can be applied to frequently used documents such as:
=> A blank template for address, mailing, shipping or CD/DISK etc
=> A company letterhead
=> A Resume
=> A financial balancesheet

In short a template is a document that contains specific formatting styles, graphics, tables, object, and other information. You can define paragraph and character styles in a document, save the document as a template, and then use the template to create a new document with the same styles.

Time saving label templates

Creating a professional looking template is time consuming and challenging job. But don’t worry worldlabel offers free blank label templates for writer program. Following templates are included:

  • Labels with rounded corners for mailing, shipping and many other labeling uses
  • Labels with square corners
  • Round labels
  • General oval shape labels
  • Media labels for VHS/CD/DVD/Diskette etc

OOo Writer labels templates will work on program installed on Linux and other OS including Windows, Mac etc. These documents are XML Open Document Format (ODF).

How do I download and use these templates?

  1. Visit Worldlable openoffice-template download site
  2. Select template according to your OOo writer version
  3. Right click and save on desktop
  4. To open template start OO Writer Click on File > Open and Select template from desktop

CD/DVD Label template in action (click to enlarge image)

This is a good and free collection for Avery cross reference of both square cornered and round cornernered labels for mailing, shipping and many other labeling uses.


Posted by: Vivek Gite

The author is the creator of nixCraft and a seasoned sysadmin, DevOps engineer, and a trainer for the Linux operating system/Unix shell scripting. Get the latest tutorials on SysAdmin, Linux/Unix and open source topics via RSS/XML feed or weekly email newsletter.

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