First you will need to launch Maestro Label Designer. The launch page can be found by clicking here
Once you are in Maestro you will need to select the label template for which label you will be designing with.
Next, click the “Add Text” icon in the upper left hand corner of Maestro. Once you have done this an “Edit Text” dialogue box will appear.
Now you are ready to input your desired text.
After you have filled in your text there are several options that can assist in improving your text, such as the text wrap options available at the top of the “Edit Text” box.
The text drop down box enables you to select from a variety of different fonts such as Arial, Century, Impact, Tohoma and much more. Your font size can also be changed in the adjacent font size drop down box.
Along with changing font style and size, you are able to change your text to bold, italic, or underline. And next to these commands is the option to left, center or right align your text.
Besides using the “Edit Text” box for changing your fonts, you can also use the “Text Properties” box located below the shape properties box.
Another text option that can assist with text alignment is the “Align” and “Rotate” commands. Both options give you the choice to change the positioning of your text without the pains of a manual move.
Now that you have your text suited to your needs, you can either add more to your design or print off your labels.
If you still are unable to work within Maestro, visit our “Quick Start Guide”, located at the top of Maestro. It contains a step for step tutorial on getting started in Maestro.