Note: You can also print full-sheet bin tags from a laser printer with these procedures.
Follow these procedures in this order:
- How to set up the Microsoft Access Template
- 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:
- Open Paladin POS.
- On the Maintain menu, click Download, and then click MS Access Templates (Signs, Labels). When the download is complete, a message will appear.
- Follow the steps for How to process labels in Microsoft Access.
How to process labels in Microsoft Access
- Open Paladin Point of Sale.
- On the top ribbon, click the Reports module.
- In the Report Area window, click Inventory.
- Under Inventory, click Labels.
- In the Report Area window, click Bin Tag Information File.
- In the Choose Report window, click the F12 Next button.
- 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.
- When Report Complete appears in the lower right corner, click Cancel in the top right corner.
- On the top ribbon, above the Inventory module, click Small Reports.
- Select MS Access Templates. MS Access will open.
- In the Access Report window, click to select your tag.
- Under BIN TAGS, click to select the tag that you confirmed as your default preference.
- Under BIN TAG SORT SETTINGS, select PRIMARY SORT and SECONDARY SORT options.
- Click Run. The labels will appear.
- 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.
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