You can design sets of envelopes and labels on your computer using Microsoft Word or one of the Adobe Creative Suite applications, including Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe InDesign. When you can choose the type of Avery paper you are using, the application automatically adjusts the document's layout appropriately. After that, you can fill in each label with custom text and insert content from an image or PDF.
Microsoft Word Instructions
Launch the Microsoft Word application and open a blank document.
Go to the Mailings tab in the top toolbar.
Click on the "Start Mail Merge" button and choose the "Labels" option.
Open the "Label Vendors" drop-down menu and select the "Avery US Letter" option. Then highlight the Avery template number from the Product Number list and click "OK."
Place your text cursor inside one of the labels in the document layout.
Switch to the Insert toolbar tab.
Click the "Object" button.
Choose "Adobe Acrobat Document" from the list of file types and then click "OK."
Select the PDF file that you want to insert and click "Open" to add it to your Avery label layout.
Launch Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator on your computer.
Go to the "File" menu at the top of the window and choose "Open."
Double-click on the Avery label template you want to use. The Adobe program opens the template layout in a new document.
Go back to the File menu and select the "Place" option.
Select the PDF file you want to use in your layout and click "Place" to add it to the Avery template document. You can then drag and drop the PDF content to the desired section in the layout.