Discover how to print labels for one or more records without first displaying label in Connexion client.
When the data in records that impacts label printing is correct (that is, you do not need to edit the record(s) before printing), use the following procedure to print labels:
- Display a bibliographic record for which you want to print labels.
Select records in a list:
- To select adjacent records, click to highlight the first entry, and then press and hold <Shift> and click the last entry.
- To select nonadjacent entries, click to highlight the first entry, and then press <Ctrl> and click to highlight each additional entry.
Note: If you want the labels to print in a particular order, click a column heading to sort the list by the data that provides the sort order you want.
- Click View > Print Label(s) or press <Shift><F10>.
- (Optional) If you selected the Prompt for Options check box in Tools > Options Printing (click Label Options):
- And you selected multiple records to print labels, the Column and Row Options window opens. Select a row and/or column of the list where you want to start printing labels, or accept the default, column 1, row 1.
- And you selected one record to print a label, the Print Label window opens:
- Change the number of copies you want to print (Default: 1)
- Specify print constants for printing labels for multiple copies or parts
- Click OK to print or Cancel to close the dialog without printing.
- Whether you are online or offline (working with records in the local save file), the labels print immediately.
- If you selected Print to File in Tools > Options > Printing tab, whether you are online or offline, the labels print immediately to the file you specified.
- If the record(s) for which you are printing labels are in the local save file and you set the option to print in batch mode, the record(s) are marked for batch. The label status changes to R (Ready).
- For the labels, the client uses:
- The label format you specified in Tools > Options > Printing. If you do not select one, the client uses the default format is SL4. See Label formats for more information.
- The classification scheme associated with your OCLC authorization or, if working offline with records in the local save file, the classification scheme you define for offline cataloging in Tools > Options > General.