How to Fix Issue of Printing on Several Labels Accidentally?

The issue is that you want to print your content on 1 labels but your content is printed on several labels repeatedly. 

Reason: The printer driver or PDF Page size is larger than the actual size of the labels.

Solution:

1. Change the label size to the correct size on Page Setup.

2. Check your printer. 

See instruction for Windows users, Mac Users, P-Touch users and Adobe PDF printing users. 

The instruction of checking printer is on the bottom. 

For Windows: Go to the ‘printer preferences’ -> ‘advanced’ -> ‘paper size’, select the correct size for the printer   (Eg. DK-1209 62mm x 29mm)

For Mac:

For Mac users, select correct size on "Paper Size" in the print dialogue. For instance, you should choose the 4 x 6" for 4 x 6 labels (eg. DK-1241, Dymo 1744907). You can use the presets settings to p save these specific printing settings and avoid repeated setup.

Brother P-Touch User (Eg. DK-1209 62mm x 29mm)

Paper’ -> ‘Media Size’ 

 Adobe PDF File Set Up. (Eg. DK-1209 62mm x 29mm)

File’ -> ‘Print’ -> ‘Page Setup’, select the correct size for the printer (Eg. 62mm x 29mm for DK-1209)

Check Printer: If the file size is correct but still print incompletely, try to adjust your printer:

① Load no less than 4 consecutive labels into the printer.

② Press and hold FEED button, and when you hear a beep,

release the feed.

③ The printer will learn the size of the paper at this time. After the process is complete, the printer back to normal

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