How to print labels on a partially used sheet in Google Docs?

It's always a shame to discard a sheet of labels where you've only used the first label. Thankfully, this tutorial shows you how to print labels on a partially used sheet in Google Docs. If you want to print a full labels, look at our others guides and tutorials.

Here is a summary of this step-by-step guide:

  1. Select your labels template
  2. Copy the template
  3. Add text in the label(s) you want to print
  4. Print the document

Step 2. Copy the template

Once you've found the template you want to use, open it in Google Docs and click on "File" > "Make a copy".

Copy labels template in Google Docs

Step 3. Add text in the label(s) you want to print

Now, consider that the labels template in Google Docs looks like your partially used sheet.

For example, if you have already used the first label in your sheet, to use the second label enter text in the second cell.

Use the second label from your partially used sheet

Or if you have already used the first 3 rows in your sheet, enter text in the next row to keep using your partially used sheet.

Skip the first 3 rows of your partially used sheet

Once you're ready to print your labels:

  1. Fill your printer with your partially used sheet. Make sure to insert the sheet in the right direction.
  2. Then click on "File" > "Print".
  3. In the print dialogue, make sure to set the margin to none and the scale to 100%. Depending on the format of the label's product, you might need to adapt the size of the page. For example, Avery® US Letter 5160 requires the size to be "Letter" (more on how to print labels in Google Docs).
Print labels on a partially used sheet in Google Docs
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