Brother P-touch HOME&HOBBY Instruction manual

Brother P-touch HOME&HOBBY Instruction manual
LA3085001
Printed in China
®
Please read this instruction leaflet before using the P-Touch. Keep
it in a handy place for future reference.
Use only tape cassettes bearing the
logo with this machine.
TAPE
With the P-Touch HOME&HOBBY, you can make labels quickly and easily. Simply switch on the P-Touch, type in your text, then
print out your label. You can choose from five different text sizes, nine character styles, and seven framing settings. The text can be
printed on either one or two lines and can include accented characters and special symbols. In addition, nine preset layout formats are
available for you to type in and print out labels quickly. Six tape color (white, silver, gold, blue, green and pink) and two tape widths
(3/8” (9 mm) and 1/2” (12 mm)) are available for creating personalized labels.
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
– Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother
Industries, Ltd. could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Care and precautions
1) Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the machine.
2) Use only AA-size (LR6) alkaline batteries.
3) Do not expose the machine or the tape cassette to high
temperatures, high humidity, or excessive dust.
4) If you do not intend to use the machine for an extended
period of time, remove the batteries.
5) Do not touch the tape cutter button while printing or
replacing the cutter unit.
6) Do not touch the cutter blade.
7) Do not block the tape exit slot.
8) Do not put labels in your mouth.
9) Do not stick labels onto skin.
10) If the machine “locks up” (i.e., it does not respond
when a key is pressed), press
to turn off the
machine; then, while holding down
and
,
press
once to turn the machine on again.
How to make a label
1) Insert the batteries.
2) Insert a tape cassette.
3) Turn on the P-Touch by pressing
4) Type in and format the text.
.
Your text can be up to 55 characters long including spaces. See
“Advanced functions” for more details on formatting your text.
5) Print the label by pressing
When inserting new batteries, always insert them positive end first. When removing old batteries, always
remove them negative end first.
Tab
Always replace all six batteries at the same time with
brand new ones.
4) Attach the back cover by inserting the two hooks on the
bottom end of the back cover into the slots on the bottom end of the machine, then pushing down firmly on
the cover until it snaps into place.
1) Remove the back cover by pressing in on the rough
area at the top end of the machine and pulling off the
back cover.
2) If a tape cassette is already installed, pull it straight out
and remove the paper tab from the new tape cassette.
Make sure that the end of the tape in the new cassette
feeds under the tape guides.
The tape that is provided with the P-touch
Home&Hobby is a 13.3’ long (4m) starter tape. Tapes
available for purchase are 26.2’ (8m) long.
.
6) Cut off the label.
7) Peel off the backing.
Changing the batteries
Tape exit slot
CAUTION
•
•
When changing the cutter unit, be sure not to
touch the cutter blade.
Keep the cutter unit in a safe place that is out of
the reach of small children.
Cleaning the print head
If dust accumulates on the print head, blank horizontal
lines may appear through the printed label. If this happens, clean the print head as follows:
1) Turn off the P-Touch.
2) Remove the back cover and the tape cassette.
3) Use a dry cotton swab to gently wipe the print head
and rubber pinch roller with an up-and-down motion.
Thermal print head
Rubber pinch
roller
Tape guides
3) Insert the tape cassette, making sure that it clicks into place.
Check that the cassette fits properly around the two
metal guides in the cassette compartment.
1) Remove the back cover by pressing in on the rough
area at the top end of the machine and pulling off the
back cover.
Metal guides
Tape cutter
button
Back cover
2) If batteries are already installed, remove them.
Before removing the batteries, pull out the tape cassette if one is installed.
3) Insert six new AA-size (LR6) alkaline batteries in the
direction shown by the illustration on the bottom of the
battery compartment. The positive end of the three batteries in the bottom row point downward, while the
positive end of the top three batteries point in the
opposite direction.
Cutter unit
Changing the tape cassette
Before printing, be sure that the back cover is attached,
otherwise the label cannot be printed.
The tape cutter button is equipped with a safety mechanism. Do not try to force the cutter button since it cannot
be operated if no cassette is installed and the back cover is
removed. If the cutter button is forcefully operated, correct
printing may no longer be possible.
3) Grasp the tab on the new cutter unit and insert it as
shown below.
4) Attach the back cover by inserting the two hooks on the
bottom end of the back cover into the slots on the bottom end of the machine, then pushing down firmly on
the cover until it snaps into place.
5) Feed the tape by holding down
and pressing
,
then cut the tape by pressing in on the tape cutter button.
The amount of tape remaining is visible through the
window in the back of the P-Touch.
When the usable tape is finished, green ribbon appears.
Changing the cutter unit
When the cutter becomes blunt and ceases to cut the tape
cleanly, replace it.
1) Remove the back cover and the tape cassette.
2) Grasp the tab on the top of the cutter unit and pull out
the cutter, taking care not to touch the blade.
4) Re-insert the tape cassette, attach the back cover, turn
on the machine, hold down
and press
to feed
the tape, and then try printing.
5) If blank lines remain in the printed label, repeat steps 1
through 4, this time using a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.
Accessories
The following accessories are available:
Tape cassettes
1/2” (12 mm)
$9.99 (SRP)
3/8” (9 mm)
$8.99 (SRP)
Black on silver
Black on gold
Black on blue
Black on green
Black on pink
Black on white
M-931
M-831
M-531
M-731
M-E31
M-231
M-921
M-821
M-521
M-721
M-E21
Replacement cutter
unit
TC7 $9.95 (SRP)
Carrying case
6991 $17.99
Most retailers and distributors carry a full line of tape cassettes. If you wish to order accessories for your P-Touch
direct from Brother, please refer to the “Accessory Order
Form” included separately, or visit our web site
“http://www.brothermall.com”.
LA3085001
Printed in China
®
Please read this instruction leaflet before using the P-Touch. Keep
it in a handy place for future reference.
Use only tape cassettes bearing the
logo with this machine.
TAPE
With the P-Touch HOME&HOBBY, you can make labels quickly and easily. Simply switch on the P-Touch, type in your text, then
print out your label. You can choose from five different text sizes, nine character styles, and seven framing settings. The text can be
printed on either one or two lines and can include accented characters and special symbols. In addition, nine preset layout formats are
available for you to type in and print out labels quickly. Six tape color (white, silver, gold, blue, green and pink) and two tape widths
(3/8” (9 mm) and 1/2” (12 mm)) are available for creating personalized labels.
FCC NOTICE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
– Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother
Industries, Ltd. could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Care and precautions
1) Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the machine.
2) Use only AA-size (LR6) alkaline batteries.
3) Do not expose the machine or the tape cassette to high
temperatures, high humidity, or excessive dust.
4) If you do not intend to use the machine for an extended
period of time, remove the batteries.
5) Do not touch the tape cutter button while printing or
replacing the cutter unit.
6) Do not touch the cutter blade.
7) Do not block the tape exit slot.
8) Do not put labels in your mouth.
9) Do not stick labels onto skin.
10) If the machine “locks up” (i.e., it does not respond
when a key is pressed), press
to turn off the
machine; then, while holding down
and
,
press
once to turn the machine on again.
How to make a label
1) Insert the batteries.
2) Insert a tape cassette.
3) Turn on the P-Touch by pressing
4) Type in and format the text.
.
Your text can be up to 55 characters long including spaces. See
“Advanced functions” for more details on formatting your text.
5) Print the label by pressing
When inserting new batteries, always insert them positive end first. When removing old batteries, always
remove them negative end first.
Tab
Always replace all six batteries at the same time with
brand new ones.
4) Attach the back cover by inserting the two hooks on the
bottom end of the back cover into the slots on the bottom end of the machine, then pushing down firmly on
the cover until it snaps into place.
1) Remove the back cover by pressing in on the rough
area at the top end of the machine and pulling off the
back cover.
2) If a tape cassette is already installed, pull it straight out
and remove the paper tab from the new tape cassette.
Make sure that the end of the tape in the new cassette
feeds under the tape guides.
The tape that is provided with the P-touch
Home&Hobby is a 13.3’ long (4m) starter tape. Tapes
available for purchase are 26.2’ (8m) long.
.
6) Cut off the label.
7) Peel off the backing.
Changing the batteries
Tape exit slot
CAUTION
•
•
When changing the cutter unit, be sure not to
touch the cutter blade.
Keep the cutter unit in a safe place that is out of
the reach of small children.
Cleaning the print head
If dust accumulates on the print head, blank horizontal
lines may appear through the printed label. If this happens, clean the print head as follows:
1) Turn off the P-Touch.
2) Remove the back cover and the tape cassette.
3) Use a dry cotton swab to gently wipe the print head
and rubber pinch roller with an up-and-down motion.
Thermal print head
Rubber pinch
roller
Tape guides
3) Insert the tape cassette, making sure that it clicks into place.
Check that the cassette fits properly around the two
metal guides in the cassette compartment.
1) Remove the back cover by pressing in on the rough
area at the top end of the machine and pulling off the
back cover.
Metal guides
Tape cutter
button
Back cover
2) If batteries are already installed, remove them.
Before removing the batteries, pull out the tape cassette if one is installed.
3) Insert six new AA-size (LR6) alkaline batteries in the
direction shown by the illustration on the bottom of the
battery compartment. The positive end of the three batteries in the bottom row point downward, while the
positive end of the top three batteries point in the
opposite direction.
Cutter unit
Changing the tape cassette
Before printing, be sure that the back cover is attached,
otherwise the label cannot be printed.
The tape cutter button is equipped with a safety mechanism. Do not try to force the cutter button since it cannot
be operated if no cassette is installed and the back cover is
removed. If the cutter button is forcefully operated, correct
printing may no longer be possible.
3) Grasp the tab on the new cutter unit and insert it as
shown below.
4) Attach the back cover by inserting the two hooks on the
bottom end of the back cover into the slots on the bottom end of the machine, then pushing down firmly on
the cover until it snaps into place.
5) Feed the tape by holding down
and pressing
,
then cut the tape by pressing in on the tape cutter button.
The amount of tape remaining is visible through the
window in the back of the P-Touch.
When the usable tape is finished, green ribbon appears.
Changing the cutter unit
When the cutter becomes blunt and ceases to cut the tape
cleanly, replace it.
1) Remove the back cover and the tape cassette.
2) Grasp the tab on the top of the cutter unit and pull out
the cutter, taking care not to touch the blade.
4) Re-insert the tape cassette, attach the back cover, turn
on the machine, hold down
and press
to feed
the tape, and then try printing.
5) If blank lines remain in the printed label, repeat steps 1
through 4, this time using a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol.
Accessories
The following accessories are available:
Tape cassettes
1/2” (12 mm)
$9.99 (SRP)
3/8” (9 mm)
$8.99 (SRP)
Black on silver
Black on gold
Black on blue
Black on green
Black on pink
Black on white
M-931
M-831
M-531
M-731
M-E31
M-231
M-921
M-821
M-521
M-721
M-E21
Replacement cutter
unit
TC7 $9.95 (SRP)
Carrying case
6991 $17.99
Most retailers and distributors carry a full line of tape cassettes. If you wish to order accessories for your P-Touch
direct from Brother, please refer to the “Accessory Order
Form” included separately, or visit our web site
“http://www.brothermall.com”.
Function keys
Tape cutter button
• Cursor movement (
Backspace key
LCD display
Print key
On/Off key
Caps key
Code key
• On/Off (
)
To switch the P-Touch on or off, press
.
The P-Touch conserves battery power by automatically
switching itself off if no key is pressed within five minutes.
When the batteries are low, “BATTERY” appears on the
display after printing. When the batteries are very low, the
P-Touch will automatically turn itself off when you try to
print text or feed the tape.
If the P-Touch is turned off and then on again, the current
text, text size and style, underline/frame setting, and Caps
setting remain unchanged.
• Caps (
)
To turn the Caps function on or off, press
. When the
Caps indicator is on, you can add capital letters to your
text by simply pressing the character keys. When the Caps
indicator is off, pressing a character key enters lower case
letter in your text.
• Num (
)
To turn the Num function on or off, press
. When the
Num indicator is on, you can add numbers to your text by
simply pressing the corresponding keys. When the Num
indicator is off, pressing a key adds a letter to the text.
• Space (
)
To add a space to your text, press
• Return (
.
)
This key has 2 functions:
1) To end the first line of text and start the second line,
simply press
.
2) To accept or confirm a setting, such as an accented
character or symbol.
Two-line text can only be printed with the SIZE1 text size
and the NORMAL style. To change a message back to a
single line, use
to delete the marker.
• Code (
/
)
To access the functions or enter the characters printed in
yellow above the keys, press
. See the following explanations and “Advanced functions” for more details on
how this key is used.
The left and right Code keys can be used in the same way.
)
To view the entered text, hold down
and press . All
of the entered text, starting from the beginning, scrolls
along the display, then the length of the text appears .
To change the units, press
while the text is scrolling
across the display. Press
or
(or press ) until
the desired unit appears, and then press
. The current
label length appears in the display for a short time.
• Feed (
)
To feed out about 1” (24 mm) of tape at a time, hold down
and press
. The message “FEED” appears while
the tape is fed.
Do not press the tape cutter button while feeding, as this
will cause the tape to jam.
• Print (
)
To print out the entered text, press
. The message
“PRINT” appears while printing.
Do not press the tape cutter button while printing, as this
will cause the tape to jam.
• Accented characters (
)
To enter an accented character, first make sure the Caps
function is turned on or off as desired, then hold down
and press
. After the message “A–U?” appears, press the
key of the desired letter (A, C, E, I, N, O or U).
In the displayed list of available accented characters, press
or
to position the cursor under the desired
accented character, then press
. Your text reappears on
the display with the selected character added.
To clear the list of available accented characters and return
to the current text, press
(or hold down
and press
) instead of pressing
.
The following accented characters are available:
A
C
E
I
Accented characters
àáäâãæ
ÀÁÄÂÃÆ
çÇ
èéëê ÈÉËÊ
íïîÍÏÎ
Advanced functions
• Changing text size (
The following frame settings are available:
TEXT
(no frame)
+ )
To select a text size, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected size is displayed and is shown by
the indicator at the top of the display. Keep
held
down and press
until your desired text size appears
and is indicated at the top of the display. The selected text
size applies to the entire text.
The following five text sizes are available:
SIZE1
SIZE2
SIZE3
SIZE4
SIZE5
)
To delete the character to the left of the cursor, press
.
This key can also be used to cancel current function and
return to the text mode.
To erase the current text, hold down
and press
. The
text size, style, underline/frame setting, and Caps/Num
setting are not cleared.
• Text (
Num key Space key
)
You can move the cursor ( _ ) to view or edit parts of the
text to the left or right of the 8 characters shown in the
LCD display. To move the cursor to the left, press
; to
move the cursor to the right, press
. Move the cursor
several characters in a row by holding down the appropriate key.
To position the cursor under the first character of the text,
hold down
and press
; to position the cursor
immediately after the last character, hold down
and
press
.
• Backspace (
Code key
,
• Changing text style (
+ )
To select a text style, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected style is displayed. Keep
held
down and press
until your desired text style appears.
The selected text style applies to the entire text.
The following nine text styles are available:
NORMAL
OUTLINE
BOLD
SHADOW
ITALIC
I+OUTL (italic+outline)
I+BOLD (italic+bold)
I+SHADOW (italic+shadow)
VERTICAL
WOODEN
ROUND
CANDY
DOT
DIAMOND
• Add a symbol (
O
U
SLANT
)
To enter a symbol, press
. After the message “A–I?”
appears, press the letter key of the group containing the
desired symbol. In the displayed list of available
symbols, press
or
to position the cursor
under the desired symbol, then press
. Your text reappears on the display with the selected symbol added.
To clear the list of available symbols and return to the current text, press
(or
) instead of pressing
.
The following symbols are available:
A
B
C
D
Ü
Ã
á
+
ü
ã
é
Ç
×
÷
Symbols
ç
Æ
Õ
ó
ú
=
§
E
2
3
2
3
í
4
æ
õ
#
%
™
☞
F
¡
Ñ
✽
;
®
¿
ñ
✔
˚
©
[
]
G
• Add underlining (
+
)
H
To select underlining, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected setting is displayed. Keep
held
down and press
to switch between underline and normal text. The underline is printed under all of the text, but
is not printed when the VERTICAL style is selected. If a
frame was chosen before selecting underlining, the frame
is cancelled and the underline is printed.
The following underline settings are available:
TEXT (no underline)
UNDL (underline)
I
_
• Repeat printing (
˜
+ )
To print multiple copies of the current text with its formats,
hold down
and press
. After the message "1-9?"
appears, press the key corresponding to the desired number of labels that you want to print. Press
to print the
specified number of labels.
• Using preset formatted layouts (
• Add framing (
+
)
To select a frame, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected setting is displayed. Keep
held
down and press
until your desired setting appears and
is displayed. The frame is printed around the entire text,
but is not printed when the VERTICAL style is selected. If
underlining was chosen before selecting a frame, the
underline is cancelled and the frame is printed.
+ )
To select an auto format, hold down
and press .
After the message “1–9?” appears, press the number key of
the desired preset format. After the format name appears,
press
to view each of the format settings (text size,
style and underline/frame). Press
to select the
displayed format, then enter the text. The label will be
printed with the format settings of the selected auto format.
The following preset formatted layouts are available:
PRESET 1
PRESET 6
PRESET 2
PRESET 3
PRESET 7
Accented characters
N
POINTING
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enjoy using it. We suggest that you keep all packing and other materials.
SHOULD YOU ENCOUNTER ANY PROBLEMS WITH YOUR PRODUCT,
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN YOUR
PRODUCT TO THE STORE!
After referring to the instruction manual, if you still need assistance, call
Brother’s “HELP” line at:
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PRESET 4
PRESET 8
PRESET 5
PRESET 9
Function keys
Tape cutter button
• Cursor movement (
Backspace key
LCD display
Print key
On/Off key
Caps key
Code key
• On/Off (
)
To switch the P-Touch on or off, press
.
The P-Touch conserves battery power by automatically
switching itself off if no key is pressed within five minutes.
When the batteries are low, “BATTERY” appears on the
display after printing. When the batteries are very low, the
P-Touch will automatically turn itself off when you try to
print text or feed the tape.
If the P-Touch is turned off and then on again, the current
text, text size and style, underline/frame setting, and Caps
setting remain unchanged.
• Caps (
)
To turn the Caps function on or off, press
. When the
Caps indicator is on, you can add capital letters to your
text by simply pressing the character keys. When the Caps
indicator is off, pressing a character key enters lower case
letter in your text.
• Num (
)
To turn the Num function on or off, press
. When the
Num indicator is on, you can add numbers to your text by
simply pressing the corresponding keys. When the Num
indicator is off, pressing a key adds a letter to the text.
• Space (
)
To add a space to your text, press
• Return (
.
)
This key has 2 functions:
1) To end the first line of text and start the second line,
simply press
.
2) To accept or confirm a setting, such as an accented
character or symbol.
Two-line text can only be printed with the SIZE1 text size
and the NORMAL style. To change a message back to a
single line, use
to delete the marker.
• Code (
/
)
To access the functions or enter the characters printed in
yellow above the keys, press
. See the following explanations and “Advanced functions” for more details on
how this key is used.
The left and right Code keys can be used in the same way.
)
To view the entered text, hold down
and press . All
of the entered text, starting from the beginning, scrolls
along the display, then the length of the text appears .
To change the units, press
while the text is scrolling
across the display. Press
or
(or press ) until
the desired unit appears, and then press
. The current
label length appears in the display for a short time.
• Feed (
)
To feed out about 1” (24 mm) of tape at a time, hold down
and press
. The message “FEED” appears while
the tape is fed.
Do not press the tape cutter button while feeding, as this
will cause the tape to jam.
• Print (
)
To print out the entered text, press
. The message
“PRINT” appears while printing.
Do not press the tape cutter button while printing, as this
will cause the tape to jam.
• Accented characters (
)
To enter an accented character, first make sure the Caps
function is turned on or off as desired, then hold down
and press
. After the message “A–U?” appears, press the
key of the desired letter (A, C, E, I, N, O or U).
In the displayed list of available accented characters, press
or
to position the cursor under the desired
accented character, then press
. Your text reappears on
the display with the selected character added.
To clear the list of available accented characters and return
to the current text, press
(or hold down
and press
) instead of pressing
.
The following accented characters are available:
A
C
E
I
Accented characters
àáäâãæ
ÀÁÄÂÃÆ
çÇ
èéëê ÈÉËÊ
íïîÍÏÎ
Advanced functions
• Changing text size (
The following frame settings are available:
TEXT
(no frame)
+ )
To select a text size, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected size is displayed and is shown by
the indicator at the top of the display. Keep
held
down and press
until your desired text size appears
and is indicated at the top of the display. The selected text
size applies to the entire text.
The following five text sizes are available:
SIZE1
SIZE2
SIZE3
SIZE4
SIZE5
)
To delete the character to the left of the cursor, press
.
This key can also be used to cancel current function and
return to the text mode.
To erase the current text, hold down
and press
. The
text size, style, underline/frame setting, and Caps/Num
setting are not cleared.
• Text (
Num key Space key
)
You can move the cursor ( _ ) to view or edit parts of the
text to the left or right of the 8 characters shown in the
LCD display. To move the cursor to the left, press
; to
move the cursor to the right, press
. Move the cursor
several characters in a row by holding down the appropriate key.
To position the cursor under the first character of the text,
hold down
and press
; to position the cursor
immediately after the last character, hold down
and
press
.
• Backspace (
Code key
,
• Changing text style (
+ )
To select a text style, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected style is displayed. Keep
held
down and press
until your desired text style appears.
The selected text style applies to the entire text.
The following nine text styles are available:
NORMAL
OUTLINE
BOLD
SHADOW
ITALIC
I+OUTL (italic+outline)
I+BOLD (italic+bold)
I+SHADOW (italic+shadow)
VERTICAL
WOODEN
ROUND
CANDY
DOT
DIAMOND
• Add a symbol (
O
U
SLANT
)
To enter a symbol, press
. After the message “A–I?”
appears, press the letter key of the group containing the
desired symbol. In the displayed list of available
symbols, press
or
to position the cursor
under the desired symbol, then press
. Your text reappears on the display with the selected symbol added.
To clear the list of available symbols and return to the current text, press
(or
) instead of pressing
.
The following symbols are available:
A
B
C
D
Ü
Ã
á
+
ü
ã
é
Ç
×
÷
Symbols
ç
Æ
Õ
ó
ú
=
§
E
2
3
2
3
í
4
æ
õ
#
%
™
☞
F
¡
Ñ
✽
;
®
¿
ñ
✔
˚
©
[
]
G
• Add underlining (
+
)
H
To select underlining, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected setting is displayed. Keep
held
down and press
to switch between underline and normal text. The underline is printed under all of the text, but
is not printed when the VERTICAL style is selected. If a
frame was chosen before selecting underlining, the frame
is cancelled and the underline is printed.
The following underline settings are available:
TEXT (no underline)
UNDL (underline)
I
_
• Repeat printing (
˜
+ )
To print multiple copies of the current text with its formats,
hold down
and press
. After the message "1-9?"
appears, press the key corresponding to the desired number of labels that you want to print. Press
to print the
specified number of labels.
• Using preset formatted layouts (
• Add framing (
+
)
To select a frame, hold down
and press
.
The currently selected setting is displayed. Keep
held
down and press
until your desired setting appears and
is displayed. The frame is printed around the entire text,
but is not printed when the VERTICAL style is selected. If
underlining was chosen before selecting a frame, the
underline is cancelled and the frame is printed.
+ )
To select an auto format, hold down
and press .
After the message “1–9?” appears, press the number key of
the desired preset format. After the format name appears,
press
to view each of the format settings (text size,
style and underline/frame). Press
to select the
displayed format, then enter the text. The label will be
printed with the format settings of the selected auto format.
The following preset formatted layouts are available:
PRESET 1
PRESET 6
PRESET 2
PRESET 3
PRESET 7
Accented characters
N
POINTING
ñÑ
IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION
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Thank you for purchasing this Brother Product. We hope that you will
enjoy using it. We suggest that you keep all packing and other materials.
SHOULD YOU ENCOUNTER ANY PROBLEMS WITH YOUR PRODUCT,
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN YOUR
PRODUCT TO THE STORE!
After referring to the instruction manual, if you still need assistance, call
Brother’s “HELP” line at:
1-877-478-6824
PRESET 4
PRESET 8
PRESET 5
PRESET 9
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