To achieve the best quality print, use the "Plain" or "Default" material type setting.
This material is compatible with both inkjet and laser printers.
Alignment and Scaling: Some browsers and PDF readers may scale your document, distorting the label template and your design. Download a PDF of your design and open it in Adobe Reader if possible. In the printer dialog box, make sure "Actual Size" is selected or set the scale to 100%. You may also see "Auto-Rotate and Center," make sure it is unchecked. Reprint.
Paper Jams: Print a blank sheet of printer paper. If the plain paper passes through, try printing your labels again. If your plain paper jams or comes out with streaks, you may need to clean your print rollers.
Design Outlines: If there are square outlines around elements of your design, open the advanced printer settings dialog box. Check the "Print as Image" box and reprint.
Ink Smearing (Inkjet Printing): Make sure the material type is set correctly within the printer options. If the material type is set correctly, try reducing the print quality setting and then reprint.
Toner Flaking (Laser Printing): Adjust your material type to a heavier setting within the printer options. Choose an option like "Labels" or "Cardstock" and then reprint.