Have you ever wondered how a label printer might fare against a Bettinsoli shotgun? Probably not, but inquiring minds at Labelzone HQ needed to know. Watch our two minute clip as we put the printers to the test.
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Printing address labels by the sheet on a standard office printer not only requires frequent changing of the paper tray contents but often leads to wasted labels. A dedicated label printer like the Brother QL-560 avoids these frustrations while introducing exciting new possibilities such as printing on clear or coloured film, printing a ‘banner’ on continuous label, printing barcodes, date and time stamping, and the use of a very versatile address book which can import records from Outlook.
In this series of tutorials, you’ll be learning the basics for using your Brother P-Touch labelling software. We’re kicking it off by showing you how to change font and text style on a label. This is a question we are commonly asked, so we’ve put together a simple screencast in order to show you it’s done.
A transcript with screenshots is coming soon for those of you without video playback capability. Do you have any requests for screencast tutorials? Please get in touch.
Friends, Romans, Printermen, lend me your ears..
Hello and welcome to the brand-spanking new Labelzone blog! By way of introduction, my name is Greg and I’ll be primarily responsible for bringing you the latest news and printer reviews, with a whole host of other content to come, such as:
- Slick videocast tutorials to ensure you get the most out of your printer
- Competitions and giveaways
- Organisational tips for the workplace and home
- Examples of some of the wonderful arts & crafts people produce with label printers
- A printer destruction testing area (more on that later after seeking legal advice)
And more! Of course, if you have any suggestions for content you want to see, we’d love for you to contact us on this feedback form here. Or better still, would you like to contribute to the blog? Got a tip that people simply must know? Get in touch via the afore-mentioned contact form or drop an email to blog [at] labelzone dot co dot uk
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Until next time,
Blog now run by Simon.
I hope you’ll continue to enjoy what’s posted.