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Sticky Labels

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Home / Publications / Rainbow / Rainbow 1981 / Rainbow 1981-10 - Sticky Labels

Don't believe everything you read. You can find self-stick labels that will work with the Line Printer VII.

Avery makes one-up labels which work just fine, they are not too heavy for the line feed mechanism of the LP VII.

We've been using them for the RAINBOW for quite some time. They were purchased locally, and the price may vary depending on location. They come 5000 labels to the box on a tractor backing.

The box we've been using has the number "4013" in big black letters. Beneath is this: "TAB 5615SW". The labels measure 3.5" by 15/16".


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