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This review is from: Dymo LabelWriter 450 Label Maker (Office Product)
I was given a Labelwriter 450 as part of my birthday present, and in my opinion it is truly an excellent addition to any home office. I don't have my own business or anything like that but for years I have been printing address labels for e bay etc using sheets of labels and MS Word !
This device is a dream come true.
So easy to use.
Simply follow the 'quick start' guide in the supplied manual and within five minutes you will be printing your first label !
The machine couldn't be more simple to load with the labels and the software is nice and easy to install and use.
Simply select a label size, type in the required text and press 'print'.
A second later the label is waiting for you to use.
You can print off 1 label or set the device to print multiple labels.
The best thing about it though is the 'Always fit' option.
When selected, there is no need to worry whether the text will fit within the borders of the labels.
It is 'auto fitted' for you.
As you type the font is adjusted so that it will always fit within the label boundaries.
There are loads of different font styles and you also have the `Bold' and `Underline' options.
This little device is ideal whether it's for multiple e bay address labels or just for a single address label for a Birthday card.
You certainly don't have to be a computer wiz to use it either.
It is so simple to use.
Software installation is a breeze, and the software user interface is clear and self explanatory.
I would give this device a ten out of ten score and highly recommend it to anyone.
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Initial post: 8 Jul 2011 08:48:38 BDT
agree 100%, the Dymo 450 is the best label printer I have ever owned, does everything it says on the label (no pun intended), goodbye printer labels that don't line up, nightmare. This Dymo is a little gem, and so simple to use, even for me!!!
Posted on 17 Feb 2012 21:24:54 GMT
Last edited by the author on 20 Feb 2012 10:24:16 GMT
Christopher J. Whitehead says:
I need to print labels that are 38mm in length and 22mm in height. I'm not sure about the sizes of labels for these machines. Do you think this machine would be suitable for my purpose? Can you cut the labels to size after they have printed out?
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