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Re: Plant labels

LjatsoH@aol.com wrote:
> << Does anyone use the clear adhesive labels on the metal plant tags? I'm
>  looking for info on the software and supplies that's needed to make these
>  tags.
>  Can anyone recommend a good way to label plants using computer software? >>
> Ran sent out his method a month or so ago......Hey Ran, or anyone else, still
> have that message to forward again?  I do remember from all messages that the
> critical factor is a LASER printer. Inkjets don't bond the ink to the labels.
>  As for software, I think most label formats are programmed into word
> processing type programs in advance (Look in your templates) Otherwise, the
> package usually tells you the margins etc. to print to fit the labels
> purchased.
 : )
> Lori Johnson
for me the simplest method is the Brother P Touch lable maker.  It has
clear lables avaliable.
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