The Multi Label Layout feature is for printing two or more different label formats on the same page of labels. Its use is restricted to printers that LLM-WIN 32 drives through a Windows printer driver, such as Laser Jet printers.
Multi-Label Layout is not the default behavior of LLM-WIN 32, so under the default setting, there is no mixing of label formats on a page. If you have "printed" less labels than it takes to fill up a page, and you attempt to load a different label format, you are presented with a dialog box that says "You have queued data, do you want to print it now?"
If your response is:
When you have "printed" less labels than it takes to fill up a page, and you attempt to load a different label format you are presented with a dialog box that gives you 3 choices
By using the multi-label layout feature of Loftware, you can change label formats from within a single queue. To enable multi-label layout, first make sure that any running instances of Loftware are closed, then complete the following steps:
To use the Multi-Label Layout feature:
You can now add labels to the queue using the new format.
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