DYMO LetraTag LT-100T Compact, Portable Label Maker with QWERTY Keyboard (1733011),Assorted
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Yes, for the date (in mm/dd/yy format), no, for the time. It can be accessed in the "Insert" menu, where "Date" is one of the options.
A Dymo printer is a thermal printer, so it uses no ink, so there is no need for Over the past 18 months, I have been labeling with paper labels and the letters have not faded very often. I would think that the fading would have been caused by the grease from my hands on a daily basis since I only handle one item that was labeled with a paper label.
I'm trying to figure out how to get the DYMO LetraTag tape to stick to boxes, refrigerators, etc. Does it have to be taped over to remain in place?
Hi, my name is Bartosz from the DYMO Consumer Care department. Please accept our sincere thanks for making contact with us regarding the The printer you are using is having problems, and I am very sorry to hear that. For that issue to be resolved, please turn the printer back to factory settings by pressing simultaneously Numlock + 0 + On/Off button until the message "Erase" appears. Start editing and trying to type the characters you want to print again after the printer has been turned off. To rule out the possibility of the issue persisting, you may try inserting brand new batteries and different tape cartridges. Please do not hesitate to contact our technical support team if you have any questions about our product It is 724-618 I am available to take your call Monday through Friday between 9AM and 5PM As we will be able to assist you and please use the reference number 28546436, please contact us before 5pm EST.
Selected User Reviews For DYMO LetraTag LT-100T Compact, Portable Label Maker with QWERTY Keyboard (1733011),Assorted
is smaller for these letters in order to fit them into the same horizontal space as the rest of the text (See photo) Letters hung from the ceiling. It has the effect of making the labels look sloppy and uneven, rather than neat Also, the font is fuzzy or pixelated, and I was not able to choose from different font options. An overall poor design has made me wish I had chosen another product.
While this label maker is pricier than the ones for $10 that are on sale at this website, I chose instead to purchase this label maker because the following key factors *br* - Label makers can be classified according to their sizes. In addition to its size and larger letter size, the label maker also has larger numbers and letters that are I am concerned. It is possible to set the label maker to use different languages. I am concerned. As the letter (N) has its own button on the keypad of the label maker, I am able to access it more quickly without pressing any For things that I want to label in Spanish, this comes in handy. I am - Compared to the cost of replacing other label makers, the refills of this label maker are considerably cheaper. You can get them for as little as $4 at this website. The refills are also available in craft stores, unlike refills for other label makers, and you are able to use coupons at craft stores to get them. I am concerned. Here is a list of In addition to symbols, I can add characters like smiley faces, baseballs, and hearts to my labels. Other examples are also available. It is also possible to do double lines on the label maker. A vertical line underlined in bold, italic, and bold. It is possible to format the label differently with the label maker The sizes, the borders, the boxes, the *br* - There are several printing options with the label maker There is a preview button, which allows you to adjust the print contrast, and then a scissor button on the side of the label maker to cut. It is easy to print, click the large "PRINT" button in the center and I am concerned. There is little difficulty in peeling off the labels. Part of the sticker is pre-applied By cutting the label lengthwise, you will be able to peel the top layer and the bottom layer (top and bottom) to reveal a sticky I am concerned. It is possible to save the text of labels and recall them later using the label maker. I am concerned. Use of the application is quite simple. It took me a few minutes to read the manual, and then I was able to make labels right away. I am concerned. Each label maker comes with two refills, one of which is already set up inside. This clear S label refill also comes with a refillable pen. It's difficult to press the scissor button on this device. This package does not include batteries.
It is much more convenient to use this Dymo than the other (long, narrow), which I have had for at least 15 years. Typing out a label is quick and easy with the qwerty key layout. The switch to the keyboard has made it easier for us to type the letters as we are so accustomed to using the keyboard that every other arrangement of the letters is difficult. It is easier to set font size, style, and other features with the function keys, such as a text frame, by using the function In addition, the Dymo also has a numbers lock feature, an important feature in comparison to the other models.
I have made a lot of labels with this model and even with cheap batteries, it still runs strong, with no visible fading of the type. It also uses 2 fewer batteries than the Dymo I had previously. In addition, I like the size of the screen, as it is easy to see at a glance which preferences have been set. One of the only reasons I had to replace my old Dymo was because the LCD screen was failing after over 10 years of use (I hope that I can get at least 10 Dymo has an additional benefit over other labelers in that tape/label cartridges are available at a reasonable price. Wally's has 2 packs - if you want me to pick them up I got it for about $7 at Walmart (Walmart) During the holiday season, these are only 8 bucks
Please note, there is NO INK, the paper is heated, so if you find that the words are unclear, check your batteries! As well, the type on the first label I created did not appear in the My fault, if you install the tape cartridge, make sure to push it in all the way, until you hear a click. The old style of inserting a cartridge simply by dropping it into place was familiar to me, so I was able to use it immediately after pressing it into place and hearing the click. Nevertheless, one of the nice features of this model, even though I doubt I will ever need it, is the The number of labels saved by you can be up to nine. Despite the fact that no one knows why you would do that, I believe it will prove useful at some point. It would be better to have a backlit screen, as I dislike the memory feature, it is difficult to see the screen in dimly lit areas, it is the one major drawback to these labelers.
Even if I were to start, where would I begin? You don't have a single thing that I like about this movie! 1 *br* As far as the machine itself goes In order to see the screen, it was so dim I had to hold it pretty much face to face! As soon as you push the "cut" button, it sticks and the cut is very poor since you literally have to tug at the tape again to get it out after slicing The second is
2. Here's how the printing looks It was impossible to tell if the letters were black consistently. There are some letters that can barely be seen, and the pictures show that it is very uneven! There is just one line on the tape. It also prints close to the bottom (which seems like a waste). If you use a large print size, the letters are lighter and more uneven. Attempting to print at their largest size, it is going to cut off letters. 1. 2. 3. There are three main things on the tape What a waste. No matter how long your nails are, you cannot separate the backing from the tape. When you get the tape off, the corners are ruined and it looks horrible when you put it anywhere. Moreover, there is a thin backing on top of each piece of tape, which looks awful (see the
Considering that I paid almost $30 for this, I am disappointed in the end. Instead of wasting time and energy on inefficient labelers, invest in a top-notch machine.