How to Design and Print Labels with Labelview10full
Labelview10full is a barcode label design application that allows you to create and print labels with barcodes, text, images, and variable data. Labelview10full supports over 100 barcode symbologies, 1000 thermal and laser printers, and multiple database connections. Whether you need to print RFID labels, compliance labels, or product labels, Labelview10full can help you streamline and improve your labeling workflow.
In this article, we will show you how to design and print labels with Labelview10full in a few simple steps.
Step 1: Choose a label template or create your own
Labelview10full offers a variety of label templates that you can use as a starting point for your label design. You can browse the templates by category, such as address labels, shipping labels, inventory labels, etc. To choose a template, click on the File menu and select New. Then, select a template from the list and click OK.
If you want to create your own label design from scratch, you can also start with a blank label. To do this, click on the File menu and select New. Then, select Blank Label from the list and click OK. You will then be able to specify the label size, orientation, margins, and other settings.
Step 2: Add barcode, text, image, and variable objects to your label
Labelview10full allows you to add different types of objects to your label design, such as barcode objects, text objects, image objects, and variable objects. To add an object, click on the Insert menu and select the object type you want to add. Then, click on the label area where you want to place the object and drag it to resize it.
To edit an object's properties, such as font, color, alignment, etc., double-click on the object or right-click on it and select Properties. You can also use the toolbar buttons and the Object Inspector panel to modify the object's properties.
To add variable data to your label, such as serial numbers, dates, database fields, etc., you can use variable objects or formulas. Variable objects are special objects that allow you to insert variable data into your label design. To add a variable object, click on the Insert menu and select Variable Object. Then, click on the label area where you want to place the object and drag it to resize it. You will then be able to choose the variable type from a list of options.
Formulas are expressions that allow you to perform calculations or manipulate data on your label. To add a formula to your label design, click on the Insert menu and select Formula. Then, click on the label area where you want to place the formula result and drag it to resize it. You will then be able to enter the formula expression using operators, functions, constants, variables, etc.
Step 3: Connect your label to a database (optional)
If you want to use data from an external source for your label printing, such as Excel files, Access files, SQL databases, etc., you can connect your label to a database using Labelview10full's database wizard. To do this, click on the Database menu and select Database Wizard. Then, follow the steps of the wizard to select your data source type, specify your connection settings, choose your table or query name, ec8f644aee