Is it possible to print two labels in one file?

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zbina
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Is it possible to print two labels in one file?

Post by zbina » Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:22 pm

Hello, dear NiceLabel users and developers!

I want to ask,if it is possible to print two labels in one file? See image for understanding. I create new label consisting of two parts (first and second), but when I place something on the second part, NiceLabel is showing error, that it cannot be printed. Any suggestions? :-k

Thank you very much,
Zdeněk Bína.
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dejans
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Re: Is it possible to print two labels in one file?

Post by dejans » Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:21 am

Hello Bína.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to edit two labels at the same time as your image shows. But you can make a little workaround and try to double the Height of the label.
Here is an example:
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Have a nice day.

Dejan

zbina
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Re: Is it possible to print two labels in one file?

Post by zbina » Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:03 pm

Good attempt,
unfortunatelly Zebra printer stops, after it detects end of label. Honestly, I cant see, why is there that option to create two labels in one file? There has to be something! :) Keep thinking please,

ZB.

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Re: Is it possible to print two labels in one file?

Post by chicamacomico » Thu Apr 12, 2018 10:21 am

Helle Zdeněk,
you can use the batch print and create and head- or a foot label.
dubble click in an empty area on your label and select batch print on the left.
Than set the checkmark to enable and choose batch ends after a certain number of labels.
Set the quantity to 1. Than choose head or foot label. Click OK. Now you can edit your second
label by selecting the tab at the buttom of the window. I'm using german version. So the naming may be different.
Kind regards
robert

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