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Print Label

Find out how to access and use the Print Label window in Connexion client.

Purpose of the Print Label window

  • Set the number of copies to print and enter print constants to add to a label without first displaying or editing the label 

Access the Print Label window

  1. With a single bibliographic record open or with records selected in a list, click File > Print Label(s) or press <Shift><F10>.
     Note: The Print Label window opens only for a single displayed record. If you use the command after selecting records in a list, the window does not open. The labels print immediately. You cannot use these settings to print labels for multiple records at a time.
  2. Add data to determine the number of copies to print and up to two print constants and numbers to print information on the label for works that are part of a set.
  3. Click OK. Label(s) print immediately, unless you have options set to print in batch or print to a file.

Print Label window: Features and buttons

Feature How to use
Copies of Each selection box Select or enter the number of copies of the label to print.

Default: 1
Print Constant 1 text field Type text to print on the label. Use letters, numbers, and punctuation marks (e.g., c. or v. or Part or Vol.).
Numbers text field Type numbers to appear on the label with Print Constant 1. Use only numbers, commas, hyphens, and quotation marks. You can use:
  • Single numbers or years separated by commas (e.g., 1,2,5,10 or 1980, 1985, 1990)
  • Ranges of numbers or years (e.g., 1-10 or 1990-1995)
  • Specific ranges (e.g., "1-3" or "1990-95")
  • Combinations of the options listed above (e.g., 1, "2-3", 4-6 or 1980, "1981-1982", 1983-1985)
Print Constant 2 text field Type additional text to print on the label, as described above for Print Constant 1 box.
Numbers text field Type numbers to appear on the label with Print Constant 2, as described above for the Numbers box for Print Constant 1.

 

Button name Click the button to...
OK Close the window and print the number of copies of the label that you specified with the print constant(s) you specified.
Cancel Close the window and print a single copy of the label, ignoring any settings you entered in the window.

 

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