- For labels that are not an Avery brand, look on the box or package for an Avery label number. Some non-Avery brand labels, such as a store brand, may note what Avery label type that it's equivalent to. Then look in the available labels in Mail to see if that number is listed.
- Look on the front of the label box or package for a label measurement, column count, and a row count. Use that information to review the available sizes to see if any match.
- If a similar existing label cannot be identified among the available ones, then create a custom labels file.
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