The available Avery Templates make them a snap to use and there are no formatting headaches. I just type in my information and they are ready to go. I get professional looking labels with just the click of a button.
I use the Avery 5664 Clear Easy Peel Labels to add important information to our manufacturing shop's fabrication drawings. The labels are a perfect size. I can place the labels virtually anywhere on the drawings without obscuring the information underneath the label.
Following a donation campaign in the non-profit children's museum where I work, I used this product to create colorful honoree labels. They worked very well on the flat surfaces of every toy, puzzle or book our members donated providing a last reminder of that person's generosity. Being able to print these in-house saved us money and provided flexibility to personalize these as needed. What a value from a mere "shipping" label to a polished, professional image!
I work at a school that issues laptops to students and we use these labels to identify the laptops by student name and number, school address, computer serial number, etc. They stand up to quite a beating and last quite a long time before needing to be replaced.
Nice labels, easy to use. Applying these on some clear acrylic flyer holders. But keep in mind these are not 100% clear. The description of these is a bit deceptive. These are Matte Clear, so I'd say they're about 50% clear. Applied to clear plastic, you can only see objects through the label if they're about 1/4 inch near the label. Anything farther away and it's blurred. So if you're looking for "Clear" labels as these are described, purchase something else.
I have used these clear easy peel labels to help advertise my home based business. I just set the info up on my computer. Reverse it to a mirror image, and set it in the label template. I print to my inkjet printer. Then just peel and stick the labels on the inside of my car windows. I have one at the bottom of the rear window, and on both sides of the backseat windows. I checked my inside mirror first to determine a spot that would not obstruct my view of traffic.