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Print multiple bar-code on one sheet

Posted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 7:12 pm
by sid58ney
Hi,

I try to print out multiple data (SN number) on same letter size paper for our QC purpose but not of my idea working.

any idea?

Thanks,

Sid

Re: Print multiple bar-code on one sheet

Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 9:19 am
by jure
Hi,

the easiest way to achieve what you need would be with a "stock" design. This means that you can set to have more labels on one sheet of paper. For example, see this design:
StockDesign.jpg
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As you can see, I have set to have 4 rows and 2 columns of the label on 1 sheet of paper. This means that if I print 8 records from CSV at the same time, one A4 page will be printed with multiple "labels" on it.

I am also including the sample solution, which you might use for testing.

Re: Print multiple bar-code on one sheet

Posted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 5:15 am
by sid58ney
Jure,

Thanks, I got that working, Thanks. Additional question, Can I still add title header or picture in is design? I couldn't get this figure it out.

Sid

Re: Print multiple bar-code on one sheet

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:20 pm
by jure
Can you please show us an example what output would you like to get? Perhaps if you have any PDF of the desired result, this would be helpful to understand your needs.

Re: Print multiple bar-code on one sheet

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:13 pm
by sid58ney
Hi,

Here is sample I try to do, I move label lower and leave space to add title on the letter size paper. I try many ways but seems once I use multiple label printing, I am not able to add fixed text on the paper anymore.

Thanks,

Re: Print multiple bar-code on one sheet

Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:21 pm
by jure
Hi,

unfortunately, this is not possible. NiceLabel is by default a label printing software, so it doesn't enable you some advanced layout formatting like you would do with some Office tool (like Excel for example).

Alternatively, you could enable Header label under "Label Properties > Batch Printing", so that you can design the first label differently, where you would enter some specific info for the entire series of a print.

I hope this helps!