The easiest solution is to fix your margins.
Go to the “Page Setup” settings in your desired program and make adjustments accordingly.
For programs like Microsoft Word, use a ruler to measure how far off your design is in each direction. Then add or subtract these measurements in the “Left” and “Top” boxes.
You’ll want to add or subtract measurements depending on where your design sits.
For Adobe programs, like Photoshop or Illustrator, you’ll use guides to make adjustments.
After you’ve made the adjustments, try printing your labels again. This may be a trial and error process until you figure out the correct margins
If fixing your margins doesn’t work, you will need to make a Manual Image Adjustment.
For Adobe programs, manually adjust the image to account for any misalignment.
For Microsoft Word, go to “Insert” and add the image into the template.
Once inserted, you will see that the image cannot be moved outside of the template’s parameters; trying to extend the image only keeps it within the grid lines.
Go to “Picture Format” tab and click on “Wrap Text.”
Then click “Behind Text.”
You will now be able to move the image outside of the template.
Manually adjust the image to account for any misalignment with your printer.
You will need to do this with each individual image.