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Download: Dymo SDK for Windows (v7.2)

Wednesday, 9 May 2012  |  Tech Support

Download Dymo SDK for Windows:

   Dymo-SDK-Win.exe

Software Notes:

1. All SDK documentation and Sample code can now be accessed from
the Start menu under the "DYMO Label Software SDK" folder.

2. This SDK requires that DLS v7.2 (or later) software be
installed on the machine using the SDK functions. It also requires
that a full install of DLS, including all template groups, be
present. A copy of DLS is provided with all LabelWriter printers.

Contents
1. What's New
2. Files Included in the SDK

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1. What's New
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The SDK now supports printing on the new LabelWriter 400, Twin Turbo,
Duo, ExecuLabel LM 450 and other DYMO tape printers.

This latest version of the DYMO SDK includes new .NET samples in C#,
VB, ASP.NET, and C++.

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2. Files Included in the SDK
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Below is a short description of all files installed by the SDK:

The "Documentation Folder" contains the "DYMO Label Software SDK
Manual.pdf" file. This is the reference manual for the DYMO SDK. It
contains full details on all functions, properties and structures used
by the SDK. It is recommended that you read this manual before you start
developing with the SDK.

This folder also contains the &ldquoWindows SDK FAQ.pdf&rdquo file. This FAQ
file contains answers to the most commonly asked questions concerning
our SDK. Please refer to it before contacting the SDK support email.

2.1. "High Level COM"
The "High Level COM" folder contains sample code that uses the high-
level COM interface of the SDK. The sample applications show how to open
a label file, set data on label objects that are on the label file, and
print the label. This is by far the most common application for the DYMO
SDK.

Samples are provided in Delphi, VB, Visual C++, C#.NET, VB.NET, ASP.NET,
Visual FoxPro, MS Access, and Power Builder. In addition, new .NET
samples are provided and illustrate roll selection in the LabelWriter
Twin Turbo printer.

To illustrate D1 tape printing using a LabelWriter DUO printer, we have
provided a sample written in VB. You will find this in a separate
folder named &ldquoTape SDK Sample&rdquo within the &ldquoHigh Level COM&rdquo folder.

To illustrate the SmartPaste functionality (a patented DYMO technology),
we have provided a sample written in C++ that allows you to SmartPaste
data from the Clipboard or a comma delimited file.

2.2. "Low Level COM"
The "Low Level COM" folder contains sample code that uses the low-level
COM interface in the SDK. This interface is significantly more difficult
to develop and debug than the high-level COM interface, and should not be
attempted without first trying the high-level COM interface. The samples
show how to open a label file, create and modify label objects on the
label, and render the label on the screen.

Low-level COM samples are provided in Delphi, VB, and Visual C++.

2.3. "IE Scripts"
The "IE Scripts" folder contains JavaScript and VBScript samples that
illustrate using the high-level COM interface to print a label from
Internet Explorer.

Note that these scripts are only compatible with Microsoft Internet
Explorer. A separate example for printing from the Firefox browser is
provided elsewhere.

2.4. "XPCOM"
The &ldquoXPCom&rdquo folder contains necessary files for printing from the
Firefox browser. DYMO provides XPCOM wrapper objects that provide access
to the high-level COM interface of the SDK. To use these wrapper
objects, you will need to install them. They are located in the "XPCom"
folder and may be installed by opening the &ldquoinstall.htm&rdquo file
contained in the XPCom folder.

2.5. "Firefox Scripts"
The &ldquoFirefox Scripts&rdquo folder contains a sample that illustrates label
printing using the high-level COM interface through the XPCOM wrapper
in Firefox.

2.6. "DLL Calls"
The "DLL Calls" folder contains sample code that uses the DLL calls
provided by the SDK. Like the low-level COM interface, the DLL
interface is significantly more difficult to develop and debug than the
high-level COM interface, and should not be attempted without first
trying the high-level COM interface. The sample applications illustrate
using DLL calls to open a label file, create label objects on the file,
and render the label on the screen. The samples are in Delphi and Visual
C++.

2.7. "DDE Calls"
The "DDE Calls" folder contains sample code that uses the DDE interface
to control DLS to print labels. The sample applications show how to open
a label file, set data on the objects that are on the label, and
print the label. The sample code is provided in Delphi, VB, Visual C++,
and MS Access.

2.8. "Paper Size"
The "Paper Size" folder contains VB sample code that shows you how to
select a paper size in a printer driver when printing using Windows
API.

Note that the DDE functionality in the SDK is only provided for
backwards compatibility. New applications should use the equivalent
high-level COM interfaces that are also provided by the SDK.