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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   10 months ago

Printing to a Dymo LabelWriter 450 in Access

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Learn how to print a single mailing label on your Dymo LabelWriter 450 from your Microsoft Access customer database with one click!

Nancy from Swanton, Maryland (a Gold Member) asks: "I've got a Dymo LabelWriter 450. Is there any way to get labels from Microsoft Access to print on it? I will literally send you a printer if you can show me how to do this."


I'll show you how to print that single label without making a query, we'll design a custom label from scratch, and I'll talk about getting your LabelWriter to work across a network so you can share it.

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Robert Leeflang 
10 months ago
I frequently watch the videos. This time something in particular caught my attention and that a specific printer can be nominated for a form. To think all these years I've been struggling with my HP printer - 2 trays, to manually nominate a specific tray. Robert
Richard Rost
10 months ago
Yep. If you want to print to a specific tray, that setting is a must. I had a client who had two trays in a printer and one always had checks in it. The other regular paper. She would always have to manually select which tray to print from. I told her how to change that setting in the design of the report. Saved her about 20 minutes a day after that from constantly picking printer options. :)
Robert Leeflang
10 months ago
Hi Richard, same issures - I have one tray for Preprinted terms and conditions sheets and the other tray for blank sheets... Default was preprinted paper (the majority of print jobs) but whenever the plain sheet was required I would need to change the print setting.  Thanks again for all your tips.
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Jean Bya 
10 months ago
The TechHelp video works, but the extended cut stops after 7:28mini.
Richard Rost
10 months ago
You are correct. I'll recompile it and upload it again. 2nd one today. Gimme a few minutes.
Richard Rost
10 months ago
OK. Give it a whirl.
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