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Dymo LabelWriter Mac OS X v10.12 Sierra driver and software

13 CommentsMonday, 10 October 2016  |  Tech Support

DYMO LabelWriter Software v8.5.4 for Mac OS X

Below is the latest version of the Dymo Label Software and Drivers for Mac OS 10.12 Sierra.

Full labelling capability, including printing barcodes and printing from address lists. Now includes printing wirelessly to the LabelManager Wireless PnP label printer. Compatible with all DYMO PC-connected LabelWriter and LabelManager label printers.

Supports:

  • Mac OS X 10.10 ("Yosemite")
  • Mac OS X 10.11 ("El Capitan")
  • Mac OS X 10.12 ("Sierra")

 

 

DOWNLOAD 8.5.2 (Yosemite) HERE

DOWNLOAD 8.5.3 (El Capitan) HERE

New: DOWNLOAD 8.5.4 (Sierra) HERE

 

If you have any problems with this new driver from Dymo, please contact Dymo technical support - helpdesk@dymo.com or from the contact page at www.dymo.com


Jim James
Thursday, 13 October 2016  |  14:18

Thank you for the v. useful downloads.
The Dymo.com helpdesk website returns a 404 error.
So lucky you guys have the answers.


Cedric
Sunday, 23 October 2016  |  5:50

Hello,

Since the update for Sierra, it's impossible to write in your software. I can't make any labels. It's not possible with your new update for sierra.

Thanks

Cedric


Tech Support
Sunday, 23 October 2016  |  11:04

It's not "our" software, so "we" can't do anything about it. But you can re-read our helpful information at the top which tells you to contact Dymo if you have any problems with their software.


Martin Mehler
Friday, 28 October 2016  |  13:14

Hello!
I have a Dymo labelwriter 450, trying to get to work in Mac OS Sierra 10.12.1.
I downloaded version 8.5.4 but I can't use it. Any solutions?
Best R // Martin


Tech Support
Monday, 31 October 2016  |  9:26

Yes, as above, contact Dymo not us!


Terje
Friday, 13 January 2017  |  11:21

I have the exact same problem.


Admin
Friday, 13 January 2017  |  12:10

Then I would suggest the exact same solution - Contact Dymo technical support!


Peter Van Eijk
Friday, 30 December 2016  |  14:29

This works for me on Sierra 10.12.2.