I think we have been over this infuriating topic before. In my previous version of Word (2007) I had an Avery add-on that appeared in the header and when selected provided a menu of templates, by number, from which one could select any template one wanted.
I now have Word 2013 (as part of Office 365) and have installed an Avery add-on which instead of providing a menu allows you to search for online templates. I want to use Template 5160 (for address labels 8160, so the 8160 template would do just as well). When I type that into the selection window I get a whole slew of "decorated" label versions but nothing like a plain 5160 which is what I want. I do not want "decorated" labels on my business correspondence, yet Avery offers me nothing else. Maddening.
So what do I have to do? Uninstall the Avery add-on, and install the older version (if I can still find the disk?). Get rid of Word 2013? I don't really want to do that because I want to maintain compatibility among the various computers I use, and the ones in the office use Office 365. What do I have to do to be able to print plain-Jane business labels on Avery label sheets using an identifiable template?
I gather that many others have had the same problem. Is the answer simply to ditch Avery altogether? I'd hate to do that because I use it for printing business cards (customized for each of our employees) as well as for printing labels.
This is infuriating. Grrrr!!!