Creating custom layouts for Avery label sheets is not supported in OnSite.
- In OnSite StoreMaster on the Tools > Print Product Labels.
- Click the Design button.
- In the Custom Labels window click New.
- Select the printer and size for your custom label. Make sure the label is set to print in Landscape orientation.
- Name the label and click OK. The Layout Designer appears with a grid view representing the label dimensions you selected.
- Select a field from the list at the top of the Layout Designer window and click Add Field.
- Position and the field to your liking by clicking and dragging it. Resize the field by clicking to select it and dragging its corners.
- When you're done click Save.
- Add another field and repeat the process. The recommended fields include C39 barcode, Selling Price, and Description. You can also include Product Code, Class, or Family, depending on your needs.
- To add a graphic to your label, choose Graphic from the list, and click Add Field. Drag a 256 x 256 pixel JPEG into the slide-out tray. Resize the field and click Save.
Your Custom label now appears in the Label Size list. Select it before printing. Do a print preview to check the label before printing any actual labels.
Troubleshooting errors with custom labels
Try this if you have any problems creating custom product labels.
- Check that the drivers for your DYMO printer are correctly installed.
- In OnSite StoreMaster on the Tools menu click Print Product Labels > Design and click New.
- Choose the label type and select landscape orientation. Name the label when prompted.
- In the Label Designer window, begin creating a new custom label field by field. Add a field, position and resize it, then click Save. Return to the Print Product Labels window and print or preview a test.
- If the results are as expected, return to the Label Designer window and add another field. Continue adding fields, saving, and previewing until you have isolated a problem field or achieved your desired layout.
- If you add a graphic to your custom label check that the boundaries of the graphic field are within the label layout. Save your design and print or preview a test label to see how the graphic will appear when printed.