Export Name Tags

Export to Name Tags

  1. Pull up the list of people you'd like to generate name tags for (by running an advanced search, searching by tag, or another method).
  2. Using the action panel, on the right, click "Export."
  3. Select the format of "Name Tags" from the dropdown list
  4. Click (Change) to select the Avery size label to match your labels.
  5. Click "Download."
Name tags download to Microsoft Word format.

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Family Name Tags

Check the "group by family" option to make one name tag per family.  Individuals will still appear with just their name, but family units will have one tag that says "The ______ Family"

 

Avery Name Tag Size Options

Here are the sizes of the Avery Label templates you can print Name Tags with when exporting from the Action Panel. You can choose which size you would like your name tag to be. By default the size is Avery 5260 (30  labels per sheet) but by clicking the "change" button you can choose from a variety of different sizes. 

Avery 5160 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 5161 1" x 4"
Avery 5260 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 5267 1/2" x 1-3/4"
Avery 5354 1" x 2-13/16”
Avery 5384 3" x 4”
Avery 5971 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 5972 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 5979 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 5980 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 8160 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 8163 2" x 4"
Avery 8460 1" x 2-5/8"
Avery 8810 1" x 2-5/8"

Note: Avery 5162, Avery 5262, Avery 5962, Avery 8162, and Avery 8462 produce 14 labels per sheet and are not compatible with Breeze at this time.

Printing Labels without Microsoft Word

If you don’t have Microsoft Word on your computer, have no fear — you still can access and print your labels.

  1. Bring up a list of people.
  2. On the right, click "Export".
  3. Select "Mailing Labels" from the dropdown list and export.

After you’ve done that and saved the document in your downloads folder, you’re going to want to do the following:

  1. Navigate to https://cloudconvert.com/doc-to-pdf
  2.  Click on “Select Files”
  3. Find the document you saved and choose it
  4. Select the Format >”Document” > “PDF”
  5. Click on the red “Start Conversion” button
  6. Once the conversion is complete click on the green “Download button”

Now, you should have a PDF of your labels that you can use for printing!

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