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brother labeller

Posted by susan_on (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 13, 06 at 12:19

I remember reading that someone knew how to adjust the labeller so that the labels printed out shorter? I can't remember who it was..but I would really like to know how to do this.


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RE: brother labeller

I do, I do--I'll have to look at home.

See if there's something about the "###" setting (or the "#" or "##"....); You can change the default to some setting like that; but then you have to remember to feed a little tape out before you cut.

It's the same setting you would use for printing multiple labels at once; see if there's something in the index for that.

I'm not near my owner's manual; I'll look tonight, and post back w/ topic header, etc., and maybe even the instructions themselves.


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RE: brother labeller

try this terminology (look in the index)

"tape margin function"

Also,
"Print Key & Feed function"


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RE: brother labeller

Thanks Talley Sue..I'll check it out.


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