The last label created will remain in memory and displayed when next turned on. Any stored last label settings will also be retained. Note: If the batteries are removed for more than a few seconds, all text and settings will be lost. When power is restored, the display will show a flashing cursor no text and the settings will be full height, standard width text with H and all other settings off. Also use to exit or clear certain function key operations.
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The last label created will remain in memory and displayed when next turned on. Any stored last label settings will also be retained. Note: If the batteries are removed for more than a few seconds, all text and settings will be lost. When power is restored, the display will show a flashing cursor no text and the settings will be full height, standard width text with H and all other settings off.
Also use to exit or clear certain function key operations. Note: with a 2 line label, the message will be previewed as a single line message. Note: any 2-line label in the buffer will be previewed as a single line message. The cursor will be positioned under the current selection. This is confirmed by the VERT indicator on the display.
Note: Vertical text is not available on two lines. The two lines will be printed half-height and ranged left, e. Once it is deleted, the label will now print in one line versus two. Note: To return to unboxed text select the first menu option.
The or will move the cursor under the preferred option. To select your option, press to enter. The length is normally calculated automatically, according to the length of the text on the label. The display will flash if you try to make the label shorter than the text. Allows you to start a new label after stored labels. You may store as many labels as you like until the memory is full when an error flash warning is given. To make space in the memory you can edit any stored label.
Extended memory allows you to store your favorite labels in the memory. You can store up to 70 characters in as many labels as you like.
Each label can have its own characteristics such as bold, underline, To make space in the memory, simply edit any label. Move the cursor with the or buttons or to jump between labels, use or. Caution: the --ll-- symbol can be deleted just like any other character. Once it is deleted adjoining labels are merged into one.
To increase the number of copies required press. By pressing you can work backwards from Note: A row of vertical dots will print between each label as a cutting guide.
The display will automatically move up a digit to the next number. LABEL 1. Upon power-up, these will be restored and displayed. Removal of the batteries for more than a few seconds will cause this information to be lost.
The display will show: A-Z Each letter selects a line of symbol characters, as shown in the table on page 2. Press to place the symbol in the label.
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You can choose to print your labels in many different sizes and styles. Label cassettes are also available in a wide range of materials. Visit www. Warranty Registration Please complete the warranty registration card and return it to the appropriate customer service address within seven days of purchase.
Dymo LabelPOINT 100 User Manual
Page 8: Using Symbols And Special Characters A label can be underlined or enclosed in a box or background, but not both together. Press the key. Select a frame style and then press On multi-line labels, all lines are underlined. In box style mode, all the lines are enclosed in one box style.
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