Easy label printing
- — 05 November, 2002 08:30
With most desktop label printers, threading the roll of labels into the device is a major hassle. Dymo’s nifty, petite LabelManager PC eliminates that headache by working with rolls stored in pop-in cartridges that come in assorted background hues and print in different colours.
Dymo promotes the product for labelling file folders, disks, shelf tags and the like, but I found it equally handy for creating address labels. In fact, the device’s Smart Paste feature lets you easily create single or multiple labels from letters or lists. The $250 USB device installs quickly, and Dymo’s software makes it a cinch to print vertically or horizontally in varied font sizes, with bar codes, images, or anything you like. You can accelerate address printing by pasting text from a document or spreadsheet.
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