Some of the newer LabelWriter Labels such as the High Yield labels, square labels, and non-adhesive badges / business cards are not included in the Dymo Label Software. That’s because the labels are newer than the software that comes in the box, especially if you’ve had your labelwriter a while.
So to be able to print to these new labels all you need to do is upgrade the software to the latest version which includes all of the up to date sizes.
Dymo 1000, 2000, 3000, 3500, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, Dymo Pocket
The D1 labels still have exactly the same codes, so if you have one of these old machines don’t be fooled into thinking that just because the last label that worked was say a 45013 that you just need to buy another 45013 and it will work, because… Continue reading
A common question we get is “How many lines of text will fit onto an address label?”, and sometimes “how many characters can I get per line”. The simple answer is – it depends… how big is the label and how big do you want the text…?
This is a difficult question to anwser for two reasons -
- It depends on the size of the label
- It depends how big you want the text
First and most obviously, the bigger the label… Continue reading
LabelWriter 450 is the most popular of Dymo’s label writing range and the deserved market leader in its sector.
It is an entry level printer designed primarily for printing address labels, though it can be used for barcodes, name badges, appointment cards and filing labels. The 600×300 dpi graphics is an improvement over the previous model, so the lettering is clear and legible even when printing in very small text, and the 51 labels per minute print speed is plenty fast enough for most users.
With its sleek glossy cover… Continue reading