pearLabelizer
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pearLabelizer is a little utility that makes it a breeze to print addresses or other text onto specific labels of a label sheet. It's pretty straight forward to use, and hey, it even supports drag and drop directly from Mac OS X's Address Book. Of course you can configure your own label sheets or print addresses for whole groups defined in Address Book too.

Besides drag and drop of text or addresses you can also use a global text view to enter an address, format it and print it on multiple labels. You can select indiviual labels by (command)-click or click and drag to select
What's New
Version 0.6.3:
  • Fixes Compatibility with OS X 10.7 Lion
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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MikeyV reviewed on 10 Jan 2013
Love this software! Works great, I would have given it a 5 if it would have had Avery presets. Currently you have to set the label margins and widths yourself. I just opened the Address book>Print, and copied the setting for my label into PealLabelizer. The problem with the default Address book print driver is that there is NO way to skip labels if you want to just print a few labels on a page that is partially used. Not sure why Apple didn't add this feature it seems obvious not everyone has to print a whole page of labels every time. Thanks again for the software.
[Version 0.6.3]


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Lee123 commented on 19 Dec 2009
For those who do not know. There is no need for this type of software anymore as this is built into OSX 10.6. Use address book to select the people you want to print labels for and then select File>Print and the down arrow to get more options. There are all the label printing options for free.
[Version 0.6]

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Petieg replied on 08 Mar 2012
The problem w/ the built-in support is you cannot do landscape labels -- the Page Setup option just simply isn't there. My client has custom made landscape labels and PearLabelizer is perfect!!!
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randroid commented on 26 Jan 2009
exactly what i was looking for. thanks!!
[Version 0.6]


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dajnj commented on 30 Sep 2008
Nice. Simply. Elegant. (And free!)
[Version 0.6]


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Falcon26 commented on 23 Nov 2007
Why not just use MS word to make labels?
[Version 0.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Jun 2005
Since I use AddressBook as my mailing list database, this is EXACTLY what I was looking for. It's easy to use, looks and feels like OS X (I'm using Tiger btw). Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
[Version 0.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 16 May 2005
FANTASTIC!
[Version 0.5]


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Josart rated on 04 Apr 2013

[Version 0.6.3]


Downloads:9,597
Version Downloads:1,964
Type:Business : Applications
License:Free
Date:04 Mar 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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pearLabelizer is a little utility that makes it a breeze to print addresses or other text onto specific labels of a label sheet. It's pretty straight forward to use, and hey, it even supports drag and drop directly from Mac OS X's Address Book. Of course you can configure your own label sheets or print addresses for whole groups defined in Address Book too.

Besides drag and drop of text or addresses you can also use a global text view to enter an address, format it and print it on multiple labels. You can select indiviual labels by (command)-click or click and drag to select multiple labels at once.

pearLabelizer also provides a Service-function if you copy it into your Applications-Folder. This allows you to simply select the address in your text editor, choose the pearLabelizer-Service from the Services-Menu and finally all you have to do is to select the label on which you would like to print the address.


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