Operating instructions DYMO LABELMANAGER 210D

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User manual DYMO LABELMANAGER 210D
User guide DYMO LABELMANAGER 210D
Operating instructions DYMO LABELMANAGER 210D
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Instruction manual DYMO LABELMANAGER 210D
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. 5 Product Registration ....
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....5 Getting Started ......
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.8 CAPS Mode....
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.9 Navigation Keys ....
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......9 Cancel ....
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.9 Formatting Your Label ....
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......10 Adding Borders and Underline Styles ....
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.10 Creating Two-Line Labels....
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. 14 Previewing Your Label ....
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....14 Printing Multiple Labels.
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.16 Caring for Your Label Maker ....
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... 16 Troubleshooting.......
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.. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@These tape cassettes are available in a wide range of colors. @@@@To insert the batteries 1. Slide the battery
compartment cover away from the label maker. See Figure . . Insert the batteries following the polarity markings (+ and ). . Replace the cover.
Ç Remove the batteries if the label maker will not be used for a long period of time. Figure 2 5 Connecting the Optional Power Adapter An optional 9 Volt,
1.5 A power adapter can also be used to power the label maker. Connecting the AC adapter to the label maker disconnects the batteries as a power source. To
connect the power adapter 1. Plug the power adapter into the power connector on the top, left side of the label maker. . Plug the other end of the power
adapter into a power outlet. x sure the label maker power is turned off before Make you disconnect the power adapter from the main power source.
Otherwise, your most recent memory settings will be lost.
Inserting the Tape Cassette Your label maker comes with one tape cassette. You can purchase additional tape cassettes from your local office supply retailer.
To insert the tape cassette 1. Lift the tape cassette cover to open the tape compartment. See Figure .
x Before using the label maker for Guideposts the first time, remove the protective Remove cardboard insert from the tape exit slot. cardboard insert See
Figure 4. . Insert the cassette with the label facing up Click! and positioned between the guideposts. .
Press firmly until cassette clicks into place. See Figure 5. 4. Close the tape cassette cover. Click! Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 6 Using the Label Maker for the
First Time The first time you turn on the power, you are asked to select the language and units of measure. These selections will remain set until you change
them, or until the label maker is reset. You can change these selections using the Settings key. To set up the label maker 1. Press { to turn on the power. .
Select the language and press }. By default, the language is set to English. The language option you choose determines the character set that is available. .
Select inches or mm and press }. 4. @@You are now ready to print your first label. To print a label 1. Enter text to create a simple label. .
Press G. . Select the number of copies. 4. Press } to print.
5. Press the cutter button to cut the label. Congratulations! You printed your first label. @@Refer to Figure 1. @@@@@@@@The display shows about
thirteen characters at a time.
@@@@@@@@@@@@The default setting is CAPS mode on. @@@@@@@@@@@@The font size you select applies to all characters on a label. To
set the font size 1. Press 2. . Select Font Size and press }. . Select the desired font size and press }. @@Styles can be used with alphanumeric characters and
some symbols. To set the font style 1.
Press 2. . Select Style and press }. . @@@@You can print up to ten copies at one time. To print multiple labels 1. Press G. . Select the number of copies to
print. .
Press }. @@To set the contrast 1. Press I. . Select Contrast and press }.
. Use the arrow keys to select a contrast setting between 1 (less contrast) and 5 (more contrast), and press }. Using the Label Maker Memory The label maker
has a powerful memory feature that allows you to save the text of up to nine frequently-used labels. You can recall saved labels and insert saved text into a
label. Saving a Label You can save up to nine frequently-used labels.
When you save a label, the text and all formatting are saved. 15 To save the current label 1. Press 3. The first available memory location is displayed. Use the
arrow keys to move through the locations. You can store new text in any of the memory locations. . Select a memory location and press }. Your label text is
saved and you are returned to the label. Opening Saved Labels You can easily open labels saved in memory to use at a later time.
To open saved labels 1. Press 4. @@. Press }. The first memory location is displayed. . Use the arrow keys to select a label to open and press }. @@Only the
saved text is inserted, not the formatting. To insert saved text 1. Position the cursor at the location in the current label where you want to insert the text.
. Press 8. The first memory location is displayed. . Use the arrow keys to select the text you want to insert.
4. Press }. The text is inserted in the current label. 16 Caring for Your Label Maker Print head Your label maker is designed to give you long and Cutter
button trouble-free service, while requiring very little maintenance. Clean your label maker from time to time to keep it working properly.
Clean the cutter blade each time you replace the tape cassette. To clean the cutter blade 1. Remove the tape cassette. Figure 6 . Press and hold down the
cutter button to expose the cutter blade. See Figure 6. . Use a cotton ball and alcohol to clean both sides of the blade. To clean the print head 1. RemoveE
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