Dymo LabelPOINT 350 User guide

Dymo LabelPOINT 350 User guide
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About Your New Labelmaker
With your new DYMO LabelPOINT™ 350
labelmaker, you can create a wide variety of highquality, self-adhesive labels. You can choose to
print your labels in many different sizes and styles.
The labelmaker uses DYMO D1 label cassettes in
widths of 6 mm (1/4”), 9 mm (3/8”), 12 mm (1/2”),
or 19 mm (3/4”). Label cassettes are also available
in a wide range of colors.
Visit www.dymo.com for information on obtaining
tapes and accessories for your labelmaker.
Warranty Registration
Please complete the warranty registration card and
return it to the appropriate customer service
address within seven days. Visit www.dymo.com
for details.
Getting Started
Follow the instructions in this section to print your
first label.
Connecting the Power
The labelmaker is powered by standard batteries, a
rechargeable battery pack, or an AC power
adapter. To save power, the labelmaker will
automatically turn off after two minutes of inactivity.
Inserting the Batteries
Figure 2
2. Insert the batteries following the polarity
markings (+ and –).
3. Replace the battery compartment cover.
Remove the batteries if the labelmaker will
not be used for a long period of time.
Using the Battery Pack
An optional, rechargeable battery pack can be
used to power the printer. The battery pack can be
purchased through your local DYMO reseller.
The printer must be connected to external power
through the AC adapter to charge the battery pack.
When the battery pack is completely discharged,
allow four to 2 hours to fully charge the battery.
When connected to external power, the
battery charging indicator may continue to display
even though the battery pack is fully charged.
To use the battery pack
1. Open the battery compartment door.
2. Insert the battery pack. See Figure 3.
The labelmaker uses six AA batteries.
To insert the batteries
1. Remove the battery compartment cover. See
Figure 2.
Figure 3
3. To charge the battery pack, connect the AC
adapter as described below.
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Connecting the Power Adapter
An optional AC power adapter can also be used to
power the labelmaker. Connecting the AC adapter
to the labelmaker 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 labelmaker.
2. Plug the other end of the power adapter into a
power outlet.
Make sure the labelmaker power is turned off
before you disconnect the power adapter from the
main power source. Otherwise, your most recent
memory settings will be lost.
Inserting the Label Cassette
Your labelmaker comes with one label cassette.
Visit www.dymo.com for information about
purchasing additional label cassettes.
To insert the label cassette
1. Press and release the label cassette cover to
open the label compartment. See Figure 4.
Remove
cardboard insert
Select tape
cassette size
Figure 5
2. Set the cassette switch for the size of the label
cassette that you are inserting. See Figure 5.
A notch in the cassette fits over the switch when
the cassette is in the correct position.
3. Make sure the tape and ribbon are taut across
the mouth of the cassette and that the tape
passes between the guideposts. If necessary,
turn the spool clockwise to tighten the ribbon.
4. Insert the cassette with the tape and ribbon
positioned between the print head and pinch
roller. See Figure 6.
CLICK!
Figure 4
The first time you use the labelmaker,
remove the protective cardboard insert from
between the print head and pinch roller. See
Figure 5.
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Figure 6
5. Press firmly until cassette clicks into place.
6. Close the label cassette cover and press A to
turn on the power.
Settings
Power
You can select the language and corresponding
units of measure you want the labelmaker to use.
The A button turns the power on and off. After
two minutes of no activity, the power is switched off
automatically. The last label created is
remembered and displayed when the power is
turned back on. The previously selected style
settings are also restored.
Getting to Know the Labelmaker
Style
Scroll Bar
# of Copies
Font
Mixed Formats
You are now ready to print your first label.
To print a label
1. Enter text to create a simple label.
2. Press G.
3. Use the cutter lever to cut the label.
Congratulations! You have printed your first label.
Continue reading to learn more about the options
available for creating labels.
Figure 7
In addition, feature indicators appear on the display
to let you know when a feature is selected. See
Figure 8.
Align/Justify
Printing Your First Label
The quick brown fox jum
jumps over the lazy dog.
Box/Underline
You can choose to show measurements in inches
or millimeters. By default, the units of measure are
set to inches.
To set the units of measure
Memory
1. Press Settings .
2. Use the arrow keys to select Set Units and
press OK .
3. Select inches or millimeters and press OK .
The labelmaker’s LCD display shows a row of
sixteen characters. However, you can enter up to
99 characters and spaces.
The display is similar to a window that scrolls
across the text. (See Figure 7.) The number of
characters actually displayed can vary due to
proportional spacing.
Fixed Length
Selecting Units of Measure
LCD Display
CAPS mode
You can select from a number of different language
options. By default, the language is set to English.
To select a language
1. Press Language .
2. Use the arrow keys to select the language you
want and press OK .
Multiple Lines
Selecting a Language
Figure 8
The following sections describe each feature in
detail. Become familiar with the location of the
feature and function keys on your labelmaker. See
Figure 1 on page 2.
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CAPS Mode
Connecting to Your Computer
The # key toggles capitalization on and off.
When CAPS mode is turned on, the CAPS mode
indicator is shown on the display and all letters that
you enter will be capitalized. The default setting is
CAPS mode on. When CAPS mode is off, all letters
entered appear in lower case.
Your labelmaker can be used as a standalone label
printer or you can print labels from your computer
using the DYMO LabelMANAGER software. Your
labelmaker connects to your computer using the
USB connection located on the top of the
labelmaker. See Figure 9.
Shift Key
The 8 key, when used in combination with an
alphabet key, changes the case of the selected
letter. When used in combination with number keys
or function keys, the 8 key selects the alternate
function shown on the key. For example, when you
press 0, the character to the left of the cursor is
deleted; however, when you press 8 + 0
together, the entire label text and formatting is
deleted and the display is ready for you to type a
new label.
Figure 9
Space Bar
Refer to the LabelPOINT 350 Quick Start Card for
installation instructions and the DYMO Label
Software User Guide for information about
designing and printing labels.
The V inserts one or more blank spaces in
your text.
Formatting Your Label
Backspace
You can choose from a number of formatting
options to enhance the appearance of your labels.
The 0 key removes the character to the left of the
cursor. Pressing 8 + 0 clears all label text and
formatting.
Cancel
The Cancel key allows you to exit from a menu
without making a selection or to cancel an action.
The labelmaker remembers the last selection
made so that each time you enter one of the
feature menus described in this section, you are
positioned at the last item selected from that menu.
Changing the Font Size
Seven font sizes are available for your labels:
Navigation Keys
Arial Narrow
You can review and edit your label using the left
and right arrow keys. You can navigate through
menu selections using the up and down arrow
keys, and then press OK to make a selection.
Arial Normal
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Arial Wide
Times New Roman
BIG
When you select a font, that font applies to all
characters on a page. If you want to use more than
one font, you must insert format breaks. See Using
Mixed Formats on page 8 for more information.
To set the font
1. Press the
key.
2. Use the arrow keys to move to the desired font
and then press OK .
Styles can be used with all alphanumeric
characters and symbols. See Using Symbols and
Special Characters on page 8 for more
information on printing symbols.
To set the font style
key.
1. Press the
2. Use the arrow keys to move to the desired style
and then press OK .
Adding Font Styles
Adding Box and Background Styles
You can choose from thirteen different font styles to
apply to your text:
You can further highlight your text by choosing a
box, underline, or background style.
X
W
Normal
Vertical
Italic
Normal
DYMO
Underline
DYMO
Square Box
Outline
DYMO
Pointed Box
Shadow
DYMO
Rounded Box
3D
DYMO
Crocodile Box
DYMO
Scroll Box
Bold
Italic + Bold
Italic + Outline
Italic + 3D
Italic + Shadow
3D Box
DYMO
DYMO
Dots
Strike-through
Wood Grain
Mirror
Bricks
Figure 10
Checkers
When you select a style, that style applies to all
characters on a page. If you want to use more than
one style, you must insert format breaks. See
Using Mixed Formats on page 8 for more
information. However, when you use mirror or
vertical style, that style applies to the whole label.
Parquet
Diamonds
Weave
Figure 11
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A label can be underlined or enclosed in a box or
background, but not both together.
To set the box style
1. Press the
key.
2. Select a frame style and then press OK .
On multi-line labels, all lines are underlined.
However, all the lines are enclosed in a box style.
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Creating Multiple-Line Labels
The number of lines you can print on a label
depends on the size label tape you are using:
• Maximum of five lines on 19 mm (3/4") labels
• Maximum of three lines on 9 mm (3/8") and
12 mm (1/2") labels
• Maximum of one line on 6 mm (1/4") labels
To create a multiple-line label
1. Type the text for the first line, and press 7. A
new line character
is displayed at the end of
the first line, but will not print on the label.
2. Type the text for the second line.
The display shows the line on which you are
currently entering text. The example below
indicates that the second line is the current line on
the label.
To add a format break
1. Enter and format text for the first section.
2. Press Insert .
3. Select Insert Format Break and press OK . A
new section character is displayed at the end
of the first section, but will not print on the label.
4. Continue entering and formatting text for the
next section of the label.
Using Tabs
You can add tabs to a label to align text on multiline labels. Tabs are left justified and the default
spacing is 50 mm (2.0”).
To change the tab spacing
Memory
1. Press Settings .
2. Select Set Tab Length and press OK .
3. Use the up and down arrow keys to increase or
decrease the tab setting, and then press OK .
To insert a tab
1. Enter your text.
2. Press the key and continue entering text.
Using Symbols and
Special Characters
Use the arrow keys to move between lines.
Symbols and other special characters can be
added to your labels.
Using Mixed Formats
Adding Symbols
You can apply different fonts and format styles to
the text on a label by inserting format breaks to
divide the label into blocks or sections of text. You
can add two format breaks allowing you to apply
three separate formats per label.
The labelmaker supports the extended symbol set
as shown in Figure 12.
Alignment, underline, box styles, and
background patterns cannot be mixed on a label.
These styles are common to the entire label.
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To add a symbol
1. Press Symbols . The first row of symbols shown
in the table appears in the display.
2. Use the arrow keys to move to the desired
symbol. The left and right arrows move
horizontally along a row of symbols. The up and
down arrow keys scroll vertically through the
rows of symbols.
To quickly see a row of symbols, you can press
the letter corresponding to the row you want.
3. When you locate the desired symbol, press OK
to add the symbol to your label text.
Adding International Characters
The labelmaker supports the extended Latin
character set using RACE technology. Similar to
using a mobile phone keypad, if you type a letter
multiple times within a very short time, you will
scroll through variations on that letter.
For example, if French is selected as the language
and you repeatedly press the letter a, you will see a
à â æ and so on through all the variations
available. The character variations and the order in
which the variations appear depend on the
language you have selected to use.
Currency Symbols
The currency key € also uses RACE to scroll
through a number of currency symbols:
€£$¢¥
The order these symbols appear depends on the
language you have selected.
Printing Options
Figure 12
You can print multiple copies of a label at one time,
print serialized labels, print fixed-length labels,
review label text and format, and adjust the printing
contrast.
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Printing Multiple Copies
You can print up to 16 copies of a label at one time.
When printing multiple copies, a dotted cut-line is
printed between each label.
To print multiple copies of the label
Memory
1. Press Settings and then select Set # Copies.
2. Press the up arrow key to increase the number
of copies to print.
3. Press the down arrow key to begin decreasing
the number of copies from 16.
4. Press OK .
5. Press G to begin printing.
When printing is finished, the number of copies to
print returns to the default value of 1.
Serializing Your Labels
You can print a series of labels with the last number
incremented by one number. The number of labels
serialized depends upon the number of copies you
selected to print. Only the last series of numbers
that follows any letter, space, or punctuation will be
serialized. For example, abc123 will print as
abc123, abc124, abc125; and 123-998 will print as
123-998, 123-999, 123-1000, and so on.
To serialize your labels
1. Enter the text for your label.
2. Select the number of labels to print as described
in Printing Multiple Copies on page 10.
3. Select 8 +
.
G
Printing a Fixed Label Length
Normally, the length of the label is determined by
the length of the text entered. However, you may
wish to make a label for a specific purpose that is a
fixed length regardless of the length of the text.
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You can specify a fixed length for a label in 2 mm
(0.1”) increments between 40 mm (1.5”) and
400 mm (15.0”). The preset fixed length is 100 mm
(4.0”). Any change you make to the fixed length
setting remains in effect until you change it.
To set the label length
.
1. Press 8 +
2. Select ON to turn on Fixed Length.
3. Press the up arrow to increase the length.
4. Press the down arrow to decrease the length.
5. Press OK to set the fixed length.
6. After you print the label, repeat step 1 and turn
Fixed Length OFF; otherwise, all your
subsequent labels will print with this fixed length.
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Printing Barcode Labels
The labelmaker can print barcodes in six standard
formats: UPC A, UPC E, EAN8, EAN13, CODE-39,
and CODE-128. You can only print a barcode on
19 mm (3/4”) label tape; and you can only print one
barcode per label.
The barcode prints horizontally along the label with
the text in small print underneath the barcode. You
can optionally add text before and after the
barcode. Or, you can add text above or below the
barcode by creating a two-line label. See Creating
Multi-Line Labels on page 8.
Four of the standard barcodes require a fixed
number of characters to generate the barcode:
EAN-8, EAN-13, UPC-A, and UPC-E. CODE-39
and CODE-128 barcodes allow a variable number
of characters to be entered.
To set a barcode
Memory
1. Press Settings .
2. Select Set Bar Code and press OK .
3. Use the arrow keys to select the barcode type,
and press OK .
4. One or more question marks appear between
the barcode symbols ( ).
???????0
You may see a 0 in the far right position for some
barcode types. This is a check digit and will be
replaced with a number when the barcode data
is entered.
5. Enter the data for the barcode, replacing the
question marks, and press OK when finished.
To insert a barcode
1. Enter the text you wish to appear before the
barcode on the label. (optional)
2. Press Insert .
3. Use the arrow keys to select Insert Barcode and
press OK .
4. Enter any text you wish to appear after the
barcode. (Optional)
5. Press
.
G
Previewing Your Label
You can preview the text or format of your label
prior to printing. A two-line label is previewed as a
single-line label.
To preview your label
1. Press 8 + Insert .
2. Select Text or Format.
If you select Text, the text of the label scrolls
across the display. If you select Format, the format
selected displays briefly.
Aligning the Text
When you print a fixed length label you can choose
to align the text at the left, center, or right side of
the label. For multi-line labels, all lines of text are
aligned left, center, and right relative to each other.
To align the text
.
1. Press 8 +
2. Select the desired alignment and press OK .
3. Press 0 to turn off the alignment setting.
Adjusting the Print Contrast
You can adjust the print contrast to fine tune the
print quality of your label.
To set the contrast
Memory
1. Press Settings .
2. Select Print Contrast and press OK .
3. Select a contrast setting and press OK .
Using Labelmaker Memory
The labelmaker has a powerful memory feature
that stores text and formatting as follows:
• Automatically stores the last fifteen labels
printed.
• Allows you to store the text of up to ten labels
you use frequently.
• Allows you to name and store up to ten
commonly used label formats.
Storing Label Text
The labelmaker automatically keeps the last ten
labels printed in a text buffer. In addition, you can
store up to ten specific labels you use frequently.
To store the current label text
Memory
1. Press 8 + Settings .
2. Select SAVE and then LABEL.
The first of ten memory fields is displayed.
3. Use the arrow keys to move through the fields.
You can store new text in any of the memory
locations, however, if you select a location that is
filled, the previous label text will be overwritten.
4. Select a memory location and press OK .
Your label text is saved and you are returned to the
label.
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Storing Formats
Caring for Your Labelmaker
In addition to label text, you can store up to ten
specific label formats you use frequently. This
feature stores only the formatting information not
the label text.
To store the current format
Memory
1. Press 8 + Settings .
2. Select SAVE and then FORMAT.
The first of ten memory fields is displayed.
3. Use the arrow keys to move through the fields.
You can store a new format in any of the
memory locations, however, if you select a
location that is filled, the previously stored format
will be overwritten.
4. Select a field and press OK . The word NAME?
appears in the field.
5. Enter a name for the format and press OK . The
label format is saved and you are returned to the
label.
Your labelmaker is designed to give you long and
trouble-free service, while requiring very little
maintenance.
Clean your labelmaker 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 label cassette.
2. Press and hold down the cutter lever to expose
the cutter blade.
3. Use a cotton ball and alcohol to clean both sides
of the blade.
4. Release the cutter lever.
Recalling Stored Labels
and Formats
You can easily recall labels and formats stored in
memory to use at a later time.
To recall labels or formats
Memory
1. Press 8 + Settings .
2. Select Recall and then LABEL, FORMAT, or
LAST PRINTED.
The first memory location is displayed similar to
storing a label or format.
3. Select a label or format to recall and press OK .
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You can also follow this procedure if the
cutter blade becomes lodged in the forward
position and will not move.
To clean the print head
♦ Clean the print head using the cleaning tool
located inside the tape compartment lid.
Troubleshooting
Review the following possible solutions if you encounter a problem while using your labelmaker.
Problem/Error Message
Solution
No display
• Ensure the labelmaker is turned on.
• Replace discharged batteries.
Poor Print Quality
•
•
•
•
Poor Cutter Performance
Clean the cutter blade. See Caring for Your Labelmaker.
Printing
No action required.
Message disappears when printing is finished.
Replace discharged batteries or attach power adapter.
Ensure tape cassette is installed properly.
Clean the print head.
Replace the tape cassette.
Too many characters
Exceeded maximum number of characters in buffer.
Delete some or all of the buffer text.
Too many lines
Exceeded maximum number of lines allowed.
Select another format.
Insert Tape Cassette
Tape cassette missing or empty.
Insert a new tape cassette
Battery low
Batteries almost discharged.
Replace batteries or connect AC power adapter.
Tape Jam
Motor is stalled due to tape jam.
• Remove jammed tape and replace tape cassette.
• Clean cutter blade.
Too many pages
Exceeded masimum number of pages allowed.
Change label layout.
Page not empty
Delete all content on the page.
Tape size too small
Change label size or press Cancel to exit Box/Background
menu.
Set
Fixed-length label selected and the length necessary to
print the label exceeds the selected length.
• Following this message, a fixed-length value is
displayed which indicates the minimum label length
necessary to fit the text. Do one of the following:
• Adjust the fixed-length label setting appropriately, or
• Select a narrower font size.
If you still need assistance, contact DYMO Customer Support. Refer to Contacting Customer Support on page 63
to locate the contact number for your country.
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This product is CE marked in accordance with the EMC directive and the low voltage directive and is designed to conform with the
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US FCC Class B Compatibility
Safety - EN 60950, IEC 950, UL 1950
EMC Compatibility EN 61000 3-2/3; EN 61000 4-2/3/4/5/6/8/11; ENV 50204;
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