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Q. Can I print images or pdfs using this writer? I have product labels designed that I can export in jpg, png, pdf or similar and need to know if I can print these using the dedicated “label software” or otherwise.
Yes, the LabelWriter can be used like any other Windows printer, so you can print directly from a graphics program or a PDF viewer for example. Just make sure when you print you have the correct sized label selected, and that either the ‘page size’ is the same size as… Continue reading
LWSupport is a utility for helping with technical issue surrounding the installation of the Dymo Label Software* that comes with LabelWriter printers, and has two main uses:
- It can remove the Dymo printer drivers from Windows, allowing a completely fresh install.
- It can produce a highly detailed debug file which can be sent to technical support to help them figure out what is going on
Follow these instructions to remove the drivers and re-install the printer cleanly -
- Open the Printers folder.
- Based on Operating System and system configuration, the Printers… Continue reading
Q. Can users share the address book when using the Labelwriter via a Dymo Print Server?
A. Yes. The print server allows the Labelwriter printer to be shared between multiple network PC’s, each of which will need to have the Dymo Label Software installed in order to print labels to the machine.
If a shared address book is required then simply do the following:
- On the first PC create an address book on a shared network drive that all users can access (Address Book > New)
- On all of the… Continue reading
Performing a self test can help you determine if the print head in the LabelWriter is functioning properly. During the self test, the LabelWriter will print labels with varying line patterns. Broken lines or gaps on the label during the self test can indicate a problem with the LabelWriter.
LabelWriter with a Power Switch
- Turn off the LabelWriter using the power switch located on the back. Ensure labels are loaded in the LabelWriter.
- Press and hold down on the form feed button.
- As you’re holding down on the form feed… Continue reading