"gLabels opens on a window for designing. However, you
will probably want to start using gLabels by clicking the New
button and opening the New Label or Card window. This window is
divided into two tabs: Recent templates and Search all templates.
The Search all templates contains listings for every major label
brand from Agipa and Avery to Worldlabel and Zweckform — over
forty-five overall. You can also search by paper size and category,
which ranges from address to CD labels. By mixing these three
search categories, you should have few troubles finding a match for
the label pages to which you plan to print. Select the label page
from your search results, and you are ready to start designing your
labels — although you may choose first to orient your labels
on an angle that you define, if you feel like being original.
"Should you be lucky and not find the label template that you
need, you can design your own using the wizard started by selecting
File -> Template Designer. This wizard is useful mostly when you
have a paper type not defined in gLabels, although you could use it
with a label page that is undivided, and use scissors or a cutting
board as well. The wizard steps you through identifying the brand
and part number of your paper as well as the page’s width and
height, the shape of your labels, the width and margins of each
individual label, and the layout of labels on the page. Click the
Apply button, and the new template is now listed when you open the
New Label or Card window."