A good way to start is to download templates from the Microsoft website. They will allow you to modify their templates according to your preferences, but they'll also offer an easy way to make your own. Using Microsoft Word, you can make your own label templates, quick and easy. If you look at the top and on the edge, you'll see some measurements. Those measurements will help you gauge the location of the label parts. Move them around and try them out, change fonts or locations, add pictures and so on, and once the label looks like you want it, click File, Save As and select Word Template. Under File Name you can give it the name you want. Click Save to save your modifications. It's as simple as that. You can create as many templates as you want, and all of them will be stored in Open Office documents.
What's style? _ Style is essentially the look and feel of your documents. It's where you define the colour schemes, use of logos, the fonts you will use, the headings etc. It's very easy to do this in a word processing package and even easier still in specialist technical authoring packages. For example: in Microsoft Word you have a series of pre_defined styles which you can then alter to suit your choices in a document. Define your headings, sub_headings, normal fonts etc. and then just add the graphics (such as logos or footers), and save your creation as a new template. Note: You should always select fonts for readability in the medium the document is intended for, as some fonts look better online, and others in print. Never select styles that are hard to read or engage with.