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Print tabs for IndexMaker Dividers

Create Tabs with IndexMaker™ Dividers

Why be unorganised? We show you how to create custom tabs for binders and folders with Avery® IndexMaker™ Dividers and the Avery Wizard.

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Step 1: Select Your Template

Instructions: Get started with the Avery Wizard for Microsoft® Office. Under Product category, select Index Products. You'll find a variety of templates to choose from, including IndexMaker Dividers. Find your product, using the software code on your pack. Click on Next.
Select your template

Step 2: Select How You Want to Enter Information

Instructions: Select either Create repeating sets of tabs (for easy creation of multiple sets of the same information) or Type entries on each tab (if you’d like different information on each set of tabs).
Select how to enter information

Step 3: Select How You Want the Information to Print

Instructions: If you selected Create repeating sets of tabs, you'll be asked the number of sets you'd like, and whether you'd like them to print collated, or in a group. To take advantage of the Easy Apply™ feature (where you apply the whole strip of labels in a single action), select Collated.
Select how you want to print

Step 4: Enter Your Information

Instructions:
  • If you've selected Create repeating sets of tabs in step 2, you'll click on Tab 1, Tab 2 etc in the Select tab to edit area, and enter your information.
  • If you selected Type entries on each tab in step 2, in the Page layout area, use your mouse to literally select the tab you'd like to type on.

Take the chance here to change the font style, size, and colour of your text. When you've finished, click Next.
Enter your information

Step 5: Preview, Print, and Save

Instructions: You can either click on Print Preview to review your work before closing the Wizard, or click on Finish to open your document in Microsoft Word. Check your work for errors, then print. You can save your document for future use.
Preview, print and save

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