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[*] posted on 5-4-2015 at 08:56


This really makes me want to overhaul my labeling system. Currently, I neatly label everything with the name and chemical formula, or sometimes just formula with smaller containers, using a black sharpie. It's not terrible, but I suppose it doesn't look super professional. Oh well, a project for another day as I'm already putting off last week's glassware washing.



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[*] posted on 5-4-2015 at 16:10


Quote: Originally posted by Deathunter88  
NVM, I managed to use my horrible Micosoft Word skills to make it so that the chemical name would be on the left.




[Edited on 5-4-2015 by Deathunter88]



When I open this file everything (Text) is off skew a little. It's all a bit high, and to the left.

Is there a reason or is it something I have to format on my end?




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[*] posted on 5-4-2015 at 19:47


Quote: Originally posted by Zombie  
Quote: Originally posted by Deathunter88  
NVM, I managed to use my horrible Micosoft Word skills to make it so that the chemical name would be on the left.




[Edited on 5-4-2015 by Deathunter88]



When I open this file everything (Text) is off skew a little. It's all a bit high, and to the left.

Is there a reason or is it something I have to format on my end?


I'm not sure, as I said I suck at using word. On my side it looks centered so I don't know whats wrong... You could try reformatting it if you are good with Microsoft word.
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[*] posted on 6-4-2015 at 08:24


Okay thought I'd give it a try at making labels. So here's what I did (the first one is a slightly remade design of the one posted by Deathhunter).
There's also a word files if anybody needs these.

P.S. Their sizes are 3,5"x6", 2"x3,5", 1,5"x2".

Screenshot_1.png - 16kB Screenshot_2.png - 9kB Screenshot_3.png - 5kB

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[*] posted on 6-4-2015 at 18:54


Thank you Milan!

I am D'Loading all of these that have been posted so far to find the one I can use.

I have "0" skills w/ Word, and such because I never tried to use them before. A few hours on Youtube, and I'll get it nailed.




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[*] posted on 7-4-2015 at 05:02


https://www.uic.edu/depts/envh/HSS/ChemSafetyLabels.html

I am following these to make some general safety labels using the mentioned Avery # labels. I will stick them on the bottles and then probably cover with tape.

Quote from the page on corresponding Avery labels for small and large bottles.
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Small bottle labels should be printed in color on Avery label #5161
Large bottle labels should be printed in color on Avery label #5163
Large (picture only) labels should be printed in color on paper or removable labels such as Avery label #6465
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[*] posted on 15-4-2015 at 06:57


Ok, I tried to make a program with Excel, but I had some troubles with the reagent formula, so I'm returned to my Word doc.

Here you can find my first page (in PDF format).

Please tell me any suggestion

Thank you very much
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[*] posted on 15-4-2015 at 07:36


You all have been very helpful to us "creatively challenged" people.

These labels are all very nicely done, and make a welcome addition to my home / lab.

Thanks!




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