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You can create a custom label in LO. File > New > Labels and select the Labels Tab. Select the Brand - "Avery Letter Size" or "Avery A4". I think 6468 it a US Label so will be Letter Size. Select Type [user]. Select the Format Tab and enter the dimensions and Save. This label will then be available to create labels in future. If you want to create a Template for these labels click New Document and save as a Template. You can also then use the new label design in mail merge.

You can create a custom label in LO. File > New > Labels and select the Labels Tab. Select the Brand - "Avery Letter Size" or "Avery A4". I think 6468 it a US Label so will be Letter Size. Select Type [user]. Select the Format Tab and enter the dimensions and Save. This label will then be available to create labels in future. If you want to create a Template for these labels click New Document and save as a Template. You can also then use the new label design in mail merge.

You can create a custom label in LO. File > New > Labels and select the Labels Tab. Select the Brand - "Avery Letter Size" or "Avery A4". I think 6468 it a US Label so will be Letter Size. Select Type [user]. Select the Format Tab and enter the dimensions and Save. This label will then be available to create labels in future. If you want to create a Template for these labels click New Document and save as a Template. You can also then use the new label design in mail merge.

EDITED 7/9/18

As @Lady Fitzgerald said you can use Avery Word Templates in LO. if you want to have different text on each Label entered manually then this is the best way.

If you create a new Label as I described previously, you can use a Database or spreadsheet as the data source.

I have attached a template for the US 6468 Label. C:\fakepath\Avery6468RemovableIDLabels.odt