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Classification Labels

Put these classification labels to use in your classroom or public library.

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How to Print Your Own Library Classification Labels

Creating and printing custom or color-coded classification labels is easy with these steps:

  1. Find the right size labels for your project. Try using our printable ruler if you need to measure a curve, corner, or flap.
  2. Determine how you want to organize your collection. Subject, last name, genre, title, and reading level are popular classification label options.
  3. Customize your design. Consider color-coding your labels, inserting clipart, and adding text.
  4. Print your classification labels and apply.

For best results, try our standard white matte material. The facestock complies with the NISO standard for Permanence of Paper for Publications and Documents in Libraries and Archives, and the emulsion acrylic adhesive is a much better fit for archival applications. You'll find it won't yellow or degrade to the level that rubber-based adhesives do and it has passed the Photographic Activity Test for use in photo-storage applications.

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