Limble QR Codes can be customized and printed using Avery labels. Avery offers a wide variety of label sizes, types, and durability (e.g., resistant to heat, sun, chemicals, etc.). Additionally, you don't have to purchase a special label printer to print them, and the Avery Customization software allows you to customize and print multiple labels at once.

How to Print Using Avery Labels

First, you will need to create a Free Avery Design & Print Account.

Once you have created your account, you will see the Avery Label and Design software. Under the “Choose Template” tab, select the labels that you currently have. You can search based on your label template number, and this template number will be on the box your labels come in.

When you find your label template, select it and then click on the green “Select this Template” box on the right.

Next, you will need to click “Select this Design” under the blank template design.

Now you will see your label under the Customize tab. You will need to have your Label URL Information downloaded from Limble. You can find instructions on downloading this information in our QR Code Overview under the Download URLs section.

  • Reminder: If you want to bulk print multiple labels, remember to download more than one Asset's QR Code information from Limble.

Once you have your information, click “Import Data and Mail Merge” on your left-hand side. Then click “Start Import/Merge.”

Click “Browse for File” and select the “Download URLs/Info” spreadsheet downloaded from Limble.

You will be prompted to choose the rows and columns you want to print, or you can leave the document as it is. When you have selected or unselected your fields, click the green “Next” button.

Once you click next, it will give you the option to arrange how your information fields are displayed on your label. Drag and drop which information you want to be displayed. When you are finished, click “Next.”

Then, click “Finish.”

You should see the information field titles displayed on the label. On the left-hand side, click on the three black dots that read “More.” More options will drop down. Click “QR Code” and “Add a Barcode or QR Code”:

Select “From a spreadsheet” and click “Next.”

Under “Industry Standard Format,” choose “QR Code.”

After selecting “QR Code,” change the Code type to “URL.” Drag and drop your Work Request/Look up URL into the “Enter Barcode Text” section. Then click “Finish.”

You should see your QR code on the label now. You can reorganize your information fields and the QR code on your label. After they are reorganized, ensure “Edit all” is highlighted in the Navigator. This will ensure that all your labels are updated with the correct information.

To scroll through your labels, click on the actual label or the arrow key to navigate between pages.

You should be able to scroll and see the labels auto-filled with the correct information.

Once you are finished customizing your labels, you can click the “Preview & Print” and proceed to print your labels using your printer.

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