We printed the VIN door labels in 1975 on mainframe impact printers. By 75 when I started FT, they were white and black and I was printing them for the car and truck plants down the street from our data centre. A member and I worked together on mine back in the early 2000 cause he had his label and a color printer. Once printed you need to cut out the excess blue and keep 1/16” blue on the outer edge all around using an exacto or razor utility knife blade and round the corners off with a corner cutter. Then you’ll need to buy the Avery white sticky back paper from Staples along with a roll of 2” clear packing tape. The factory clear is 1-7/8” x 4” long. For the tape I would stick it on wax paper then make your rounded corners. It may be easier to stick the clear on the label first, then peel the paper backing off then stick both label and clear on the door together. Why, cause it was hard as heck when your 6’2” to crouch down and stick the tape on hoping not to F it up while your twitching from the thought of screwing it up. Corel Draw 8 doesn’t start with Win 10 so I have access on my Tower PC which has Win XP.