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Hi Chick,
I was thinking that with the way the DYMO is designed (i.e.
it is a dedicated label printer loaded with your favorite
one-up label stock, for low-volume, high definition labels)
the user would primarily be using it for plant marker
labels, or possibly shipping labels.  That pencil idea is
sounding pretty good about now except for one thing--my
writing is atrocious.

Au Revoir,

Andrew L.

Chick wrote:

> I'm not sure how to answer.  We don't usually make one at
> a time unless it's a sign or something else in a larger
> format.  Frankly, if I only need one label, I get out a
> pencil.
> Chick
> andrewl wrote:
>> Hi Chick,
>> This would be a sheet of labels at a time, right?  What
>> happens when you only want one?  Have they figured out a
>> way with the software to indicate which label you want
>> to begin with so that one doesn't have to waste a lot of
>> labels?

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