[access-uk] Re: Dymo label maker.

  • From: "Ray's Home" <rays-home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 10:46:03 -0000

Hope you don't mind me butting in here Tracy as Roger seems to be handling the 
answeres to your questions in the main.

Just like to point out that the Dymo label writers do integrate into MS Word 
with the use of a macro, and the Dymo label printing option appears in the 
tools menu, not the print dialogue.  You can copy and paste into the Dymo label 
adressee field once you are in the Dymo label printer screen.

If you do decide to buy a Dymo label printer, then on installing the software 
and opening up Word you may well be warned that a macro has been installed and 
you will be asked to confirm whether you want it to run, always assuming Word 
hasn't been set up to reject automatically all imported Macros!  The Dymo label 
program itself can be used as a stand alone program from the program files menu 

Maybe after all this time JFW has scripts, or they are freely available, to 
make using the label writer easier, but not being a JFW user I don't know about 

Hope some of this helps.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tracy Lloyd" 

| Oh that sounds just fine for me Roger.  So can I just write out an address
| in Word, then go to print from the file menu and select the Dymo printer?
| Is that how it works?  And can you get different sizes of label, or are they
| a standard size?
| Many thanks,
| Tracy.
| ----- Original Message ----- 
| From: "roger south" 

| > Hi Tracy
| >
| > I have been told by JAWS users it works well.  I have just tested the font
| > in the Dymo and it seems there is only the one and I think it's Ariel.
| I've
| > just done a label and put it into Brushstrokes which can't be confused as
| > it's like handwriting but it came out in the normal print again. No matter
| > unless you're in to fancy prints.
| >
| > Roger
| >
| >
| > There are more old drunkards than old doctors.
| >

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