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Topic # 84900 10-Jun-2011 11:26
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Anyone know where I can get some sticky labels with barcodes printed for my backup tapes? 




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  Reply # 479673 10-Jun-2011 11:50
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Online security services handle ours.

We request to label them with particular name, it comes back the following cycle with a label and barcode related to their picking system

Only thing I can suggest is finding a freebee barcode printer SW, and format it to pre-cut A4 label paper label stock.

Pleanty of online means of making barcodes (youll want Code9) and capturing as PNGs also if you dont mind making a matching table in Word/Excel that utilises top/bottom half of those labels

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  Reply # 479714 10-Jun-2011 13:37
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great thanks for that. Online are going to print us some up




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