Dymo ExecuLabel LP150 User Manual

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Professional Labelmaker

User Guide

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Label Exit

Cutter

LCD Display

Align/Underline Box

Power

 

Style

Print

 

Fixed Length/Font

Ok

Cancel

Memory/Extra

Navigation

Numeric Keys

 

 

Clear/Delete

 

Return

Alpha Keys

 

Language

 

 

Symbols

CAPS

Currency

Space Bar

Shift

Figure 1 ExecuLabel LP150 Professional Labelmaker

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About Your New Labelmaker

With your DYMO ExecuLabelLP150 labelmaker, you can create a wide variety of high-quality, selfadhesive labels. You can choose to print your labels in many different sizes and styles. The labelmaker uses DYMO D1 label cassettes in widths of 3/8” (9 mm ) and 1/2” (12 mm). Label cassettes are also available in a wide range of colors.

Visit www.dymo.com for information on obtaining labels and accessories for your labelmaker.

Warranty Registration

Please complete the warranty registration card and return it to the appropriate Customer Support address within seven days. Visit www.dymo.com/ registration for details or to register online.

Getting Started

Follow the instructions in this section to print your first label.

Connecting the Power

The labelmaker is powered by six AAA alkaline batteries. To save power, the labelmaker will automatically turn off after two minutes of inactivity.

To insert the batteries

1.Remove the battery compartment cover. See Figure 2.

Figure 2

2.

Insert the batteries following the

US

AUS

 

 

 

polarity markings (+ and –).

 

NZ

3.

Replace the battery compartment cover.

 

Remove the batteries if the labelmaker will not be used for a long period of time.

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.Lift the label cassette cover to open the label compartment. See Figure 3.

Remove cardboard insert

Figure 3

The first time you use the labelmaker, remove the protective cardboard insert from between the print head and pinch roller. See Figure 3.

2.Make sure the label and ribbon are taut across the mouth of the cassette and that the label passes between the guideposts. If necessary, turn the spool clockwise to tighten the ribbon.

3.Insert the cassette with the label and ribbon positioned between the print head and pinch roller. See Figure 4.

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CLICK!

Figure 4

4.Press firmly until cassette clicks into place.

5.Close the label cassette cover and press Ato turn on the power.

Selecting a Language

You can select from a number of different language options. By default, the language is set to English. The language option you choose determines the default units of measure (inches or millimeters) and the character set that is available.

To select a language

1.Press Language .

2.Use the arrow keys to select the language you want and press .

Printing Your First Label

You are now ready to print your first label.

To print a label

1.Enter text to create a simple label.

2.Press .

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.

Getting to Know the Labelmaker

Become familiar with the location of the feature and function keys on your labelmaker. Refer to Figure 1 on the inside front cover. The following sections describe each feature in detail.

Power

The Abutton 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.

You can also use the Abutton to cancel printing and return to edit mode.

LCD Display

The labelmaker’s LCD display shows a row of 13 characters. However, you can enter up to 99 characters and spaces.

The display window can accommodate 13 characters. As you type more characters, they begin to scroll to the left. See Figure 5. The number of characters actually displayed can vary due to proportional spacing.

The quick brrown ffox jjumps over the lazy dog.

Figure 5

In addition, feature indicators appear on the display to let you know when a feature is selected. See Figure 6.

Font

Style

Box/

Align/

Scroll

Underline Justify

bar

Fixed length

# of copies CAPS mode

Figure 6

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CAPS Mode

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.

Shift Key

The 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 key selects the alternate function shown on the key. For example, when you

press

, the character to the left of the cursor is

deleted; however, when you press

+

together, the entire label text and formatting is deleted and the display is ready for you to type a new label.

Space Bar

The Vkey inserts one or more blank spaces in your text.

Clear/Delete

The key removes the character to the left of the cursor. Pressing + clears all label text and formatting.

Navigation Keys

You can review and edit your label using the left and right arrows on the navigation key. Using with the left or right arrows moves the cursor to the beginning or end of the label text.

You can navigate through menu selections using the up and down arrow keys, and then press

to make a selection.

Cancel

The key allows you to exit from a menu without making a selection or to cancel an action.

Return Key

The key inserts a new line on your label.

Extra Key

The key displays Units, Copies, Preview, and Print Contrast submenus. These features are described later in this User Guide.

Formatting Your Label

You can choose from a number of formatting options to enhance the appearance of your labels.

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

Three fonts are available for your labels: Arial Narrow, Arial Normal, and Arial Wide.

When you select a font, that font applies to all characters on a label.

To set the font

1.Press the key.

2.Use the arrow keys to move to the desired font and then press .

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