Label Commander 4.6 Professional Label Software Is So Simple to Use

Published On October 20, 2017 | By Maria Merritt | Software

Label Commander is anexpert labelling software that allows organizationsand businesses to produce all types of labels and barcodes to expand work safety, security and compliance. Label Commander has built-in a prevailing label designer with variety of 1D and 2D barcodes supports, a printing feature supports both label printers and laser/inkjet printers, a database management feature for users to manage data from Access, Excel and SQL databases for bulk label printing (like product info, inventory data etc.) and many more features to help users quickly create barcode labels without the IT assistance.

Database Linking and Print-time Data Capture

Not only does Label Commander lets users to connect project to Excel, Access and SQL based database for variable-data printing (VDP) but does provide a database management for users to manage data without the need of a third-party software. The Print-time Data Capture feature lets users to create data entry form to input and merge data into label design at print time. Label Commander supports not just images but also date and time, text and weight scale a print-time variable data source.

Standards and Compliance

Label Commander enables users to make labels that meet with applicable regulations and industry standards, such as GS1, EU allergen food regulations (FIC). The Label software also has a template library of compliance labels.

Easy Printing

Besides printers for labels, Label Commander also can use consumer-grade laser/inkjet printers. For label printers, the software offers both standard printing features and advanced bulk printing features. For laser/inkjet printers, the software provides provisions for Avery label papers.

JavaScript of Users who are advanced

The JavaScript Engine allows users to script data base content and print-time variable to implement custom business logic and extend the functionality of Label Command.

Barcodes

You need to remember that the barcodes are machine-readable, so they need to be on every label and undamaged – they are used for many functions such as stocking, or pricing. They also need to follow UPC licensing. Most stores have electronic point of sale (ePOS) system that lets them keep track of sales, stocks, and when to reorder products by simply scanning the barcode. In other words, don’t let anyone scratch or make any damage to these barcodes.

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