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article image Easily print labels with Easylabel 5.5.

PERFORM complex labelling tasks easily and quickly with Easylabel 5.5. Available from Label Power , it has one of the shortest learning curves in the industry and it isn’t necessary to be computer literate to learn how to use the machine, according to the company.

Easylabel 5.5 was designed with the user in mind, as the system is based on a comprehensive list of requests and suggestions from customers.

This totally redesigned new version maintains the stability, reliability and functionality of previous Easylabel products with the added advantage of a new sleek and intuitive graphic user interface that matches today's office applications.

Easylabel 5.5's RFID Wizard allows users to program and print High Frequency (HF) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) smart labels.

The RFID Wizard also assists users in creating an Electronic Product Code (EPC) and allows users to import the data to be programmed on the smart label from numerous sources.

The XML monitor will 'watch' a file directory or TCP/IP port and will automatically print labels whenever a compatible XML file is received. This provides a direct connection to Oracle and SAP.

The file drop can also be an email application automatically copying an email attachment to the directory, or another application automatically generating the file in the directory.

Easylabel's Job List File is basically a saved print queue. Job lists can be created to print specific sequences of labels.

A job list can be opened and all the jobs in the list can then be added to the print queue in one operation. It is also possible to send individual jobs or a selected group of jobs from the list to the Print Queue.

Job List Files do not require any programming experience or special syntax. Therefore, they are an easy way to automate label printing by loading the print queue with multiple print jobs.

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