Selecting layouts

A layout is the basic framework for your label or insert design. It contains a default set of elements (objects, object placements, and font details). You can use the default layout as it is, or you can customize it by adding or removing objects, adjusting the object placement, contents and font details, or adding background images.

There are layouts for the following types of labels and inserts:

You can change the appearance of the layout by applying a Style—a grouping of predestined objects, object placements, font details, and backgrounds. Label Creator provides you with a library of professionally designed Styles from which to choose. For more information, see Applying styles.

You can save a customized layout as a Style to use with other Label Creator projects. For more information, see Creating custom styles.

A disc sleeve is a pre-folded printable page with a tab. Typically, you would use sleeves for filing, color coding, and organizing your projects.

Label Creator provides templates for one-sided and double-sided sleeves.

A binder page is an 8.5 x 10 inch page, designed to work with either letter-size or A4 paper, to fit into a binder. A binder page that contains thumbnails organized in a picture index is an ideal record of your photos.

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Selecting layouts