I believe this was broadcasted in the US about 3 years ago, it gave us a laugh anyway. Enjoy!
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.