Note:  You can also print full-sheet bin tags from a laser printer with these procedures.

Follow these procedures in this order:

  1. How to set up the Microsoft Access Template
  2. How to process labels in Microsoft Access

How to set up the Microsoft Access Template

Note: If the MS Access Template is not already installed or you do not have the latest version of it, follow these steps:

  1.  Open Paladin POS.
  2. On the Maintain menu, click Download, and then click MS Access Templates (Signs, Labels). When the download is complete, a message will appear.
  3. Follow the steps for How to process labels in Microsoft Access.

How to process labels in Microsoft Access

  1. Open Paladin Point of Sale.
  2. On the top ribbon, click the Reports module.
  3. In the Report Area window, click Inventory.
  4. Under Inventory, click Labels.
  5. In the Report Area window, click Bin Tag Information File.
  6. In the Choose Report window, click the F12 Next button.
  7. In the Bin Tag Information File screen, indicate the Report Settings and Additional Settings that you want, and then click the F12 Run Report button.
  8. When Report Complete appears in the lower right corner, click Cancel in the top right corner.
  9. On the top ribbon, above the Inventory module, click Small Reports.
  10. Select MS Access Templates. MS Access will open.
  11. In the Access Report window, click to select your tag.
  12. Under BIN TAGS, click to select the tag that you confirmed as your default preference.
  13. Under BIN TAG SORT SETTINGS, select PRIMARY SORT and SECONDARY SORT options.
  14. Click Run. The labels will appear.
  15. In the top ribbon, click the PRINT icon.

Note:  Select the Reset bin tag flags checkbox, so that you do not run these labels unintentionally next time.

If you have questions or suggestions about this information, contact support@paladinpos.com.

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Printed on: 10/20/20