When you print Avery address labels using Design & Print Online, you can also print postage from stamps.com on additional labels. Go to avery.com/print to start, and select an Avery address label with 30 labels per sheet, such as 5160, or 8160. Design and print your address labels as you normally would. Either type in the addresses, or do a mail merge. After you print your labels, you'll see an offer to purchase postage from stamps.com. If you have an existing account with stamps.com, you can log in and continue. If you need to set up a new account, it's just a few easy steps. Next, you can change the number of stamps to print, or add money to your account if you need to. You must accept the terms and conditions to move on. Be sure you have labels in your printer, and click "print." If you use Chrome or Firefox, you will need to follow the print instructions carefully, making sure you use Adobe Reader. If you use Interned Explorer, you won't have to change your print settings. If your project doesn't print correctly, you could try one more time after you certify that you won't use the first sheet. After that, you'll need to request a refund from the stamps.com site. If your project requires more than one set of labels, you'll loop back to print your next page. Postage projects always print one sheet at a time.
When you're printing address labels for fliers, invitations, or other promotional materials, remember to use Avery Design & Print Online for high quality, but economical, custom printing. Learn the step-by-step process by watching this instructional video.