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Labels from the command line with LabelNation

Aug 26, 2009, 21:32 (0 Talkback[s])


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"All you do is put the addresses in a plain text file and run LabelNation; the output is a standard PostScript file. And it’s not just fast; as a command-line tool it is easily integrated into scripts or other automated workflows. Of course, If you interested in a dedicated label software program for linux, we highly recommend gLabels and read our howto...

"LabelNation is written in Python. You can download the latest package from the project’s Web site. The package includes the labelnation executable (which will run on any platform with Python installed), plus instructions and a folder full of examples. LabelNation comes pre-configured to handle more than 50 different standard label sheets from Avery and other manufacturers, but you can also specify your own layouts if needed."

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