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Free Software for Easy Printing of Avery® Products

Avery Products Corporation announces its latest addition to the Avery Design & Print family of products. Avery Design & Print is now available as a downloadable software program. This software joins Avery Design & Print Online and Avery Design & Print for Tablets to provide easy, flexible customization of Avery labels, business cards, name badges, dividers and more, which can be printed from a variety of laser and inkjet printers.

The free Avery Design & Print software makes it easy to access built-in Avery templates, plus a user has the option to go online and choose from thousands of pre-designed templates that are available through the online version of the software. A free MyAvery account lets a user save to the cloud and then access their Avery projects from virtually any device, including PC and Mac® computers and most popular tablets. Users can also save their Avery files to their computer.

Avery Design & Print has the flexibility to meet a wide variety of needs. If a DIY bride is creating special wedding favors and wants a completely personalized label, we make it easy. If a company is having a large meeting and wants name badges, tent cards and even water bottle labels, the Apply Design feature allows them to easily create a matching suite of products. Small businesses can add their logo or photos to everything from business cards to product labels to marketing materials with Avery products and Design & Print. And of course, for large mailings whether for home or office, the drag-and-drop mail merge feature makes creating Avery address labels a snap.

Avery Design & Print includes free fonts, or a user can access their system fonts for even more design choice. Photos and clip art have similar support: a free image gallery is included, but users can easily import their own logos, pictures and other graphics.

“We are proud to offer this free software for Avery templates,” said David Maxson, Senior Director of Digital, Web and Software at Avery Products Corporation. “This is especially good news for people on-the-go who want to be able to customize or print their Avery projects wherever they are: at the office, on the road or on the couch.”

Previous users of Avery DesignPro® software will be happy to know that their saved projects can be transferred right into Avery Design & Print for updating. Plus, many of the features of DesignPro are included, such as sequential numbering and bar code creation, including QR codes.

For more information, system requirements and a free download, visit avery.com/design.

About Avery Products Corporation

Avery Products Corporation is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of printable labels, name badges, business cards, dividers and more, and markets products under the well-known Avery® brand. The company offers innovative solutions to make life easier, including free templates to design, customize and print projects. Avery Products Corporation, a division of CCL Industries, is based in Brea, California. For more information about Avery products, visit avery.com.

About CCL Industries

CCL Industries Inc., a world leader in specialty label and packaging solutions for global corporations, small businesses and consumers, employs approximately 9,600 people and operates 87 production facilities in 25 countries on 5 continents with corporate offices in Toronto, Canada and Framingham, Massachusetts. For more information, visit www.cclind.com.

Avery and all other Avery brands, product names and codes are trademarks of Avery Products Corporation. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mac is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

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