Select data fields that will be included on the label.
The Print Labels window always starts with 3 preselected data fields. Usually you will unselect them.
In this sample we want to create a label that includes a barcode and a title.
Select label type.
Save label design for the future use.
In the Print Labels window click Preview All.
How to create a report image for the predefined template.
All saved reports and labels you can find on the Reports and Labels tabs.
Question: I have the Handy Library Software. I just added all of our books to the software. I would like to make a barcode label that I can print and place on the book so that when it is time to check out I can just scan that label. Is that how it will work? If so, do I generate my own barcode labels or does the system print them out for me and if so how?
Question: I was wondering if there are certain types of barcode labels that work best HLM software? Conversely, are there any kinds of barcodes that will NOT work with HLM? I suspect that this is more dependent on the barcode scanner than the software but I wanted to check before ordering library supplies.
Answer: We offer several barcode types (barcode symbologies); including Code 39, Code 128, Code Interleaved, ...; commonly found in libraries and many check in/out systems.
Question: Do we need a bar code label printer to print labels?
Answer: You don't need barcode label printer. Our library software lets you print labels with your regular laser or inkjet printer. Review library supplies and labels that you can use with our software.
We are printing a bunch of new labels for our cataloged items and cards for our members. We are printing to Avery labels in bulk with good results. However, once the mass changes are done, I am thinking it would be pretty inconvenient to print an Avery page to add 1 or 2 items to our catalog. Also, when a single new member signs up, it would sure be nice to be able to just print one new card.
In light of the above, I am thinking of buying a small label printer that would do one at a time and also a membership card printer that would make something more durable than regular paper and also look a bit more 'official'. Can you recommend a label and/or card printer that is fully compatible with your software?
Handy Library Manager provides the label printer feature optimized for printers that use regular, letter, or similar (A3, A4, A5, and more). This feature allows for keeping library costs down. Users can print all labels for all displayed records or one for the selected one. The printing can start from any label position. Avery or similar label suppliers offer many durable labels.
We do not recommend using specialized label printers. They are costly; on the other hand, the low-cost specialized printers do not offer good quality.
Review labels with ready-to-use templates: durable library labels (barcode, spine).
Question: How do we insert info to add our own design on a label for a particular category of book? How can we download report info to excel in order to sort by various categories?
Answer: Review the above help topic. This topic explains how you can export your data to a text tab-delimited file and copy the result into the excel application: export library data to spreadsheet
Question: Will Handy Library Manager accept Demco's preprinted barcode labels with Code 39 symbology?
Answer: Yes, our system accepts Demco pre-printed barcode labels that use Code 39 barcode type. You can pre-define a new label type in the Print Labels window.
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