Some shipping platforms only provide you with a full page (8.5" x 11") document. 

Frequently, they use half the page for the shipping label and the other half for the receipt or packing slip.

While there are many ways to split this page into a 4" x 6" label size, here is our favorite method:

Using Adobe "Take a Snapshot" 

  1. Download Adobe Reader if you do not have it already from the Adobe website.
  2. Save your label as a PDF file
  3. Open the file in Adobe Reader
  4. Rotate the label if needed by going to View -> Rotate View
  5. Go to Edit -> Take a Snapshot
  6. Click and drag the box over your label
  7. Go to File -> Print 
  8. If the preview looks good, click "Print"

Note: If you are shipping more than a few labels, you would benefit from using a commercial solution that creates 4 x 6 labels with one click. See this article: How do I generate labels?

Official Adobe guide: Print portion of a PDF page using Acrobat or Reader

How can I crop multiple pages in the same document at once? 

1) If you are wanting this for Amazon FBA labels, the Rollo team has put together a free service that can crop box labels into individual labels that can then print directly to Rollo, please visit: 

2) On Adobe Acrobat you are able to crop several / all pages together. Please see:

3) Briss is a free open-source application available for cropping PDF pages at once. It may take a little while getting used to it but once you are comfortable with it, it is pretty fast:

4) For Mac: There is a third-party company that offers software for cropping labels: