ConnectCode Label Software is an industrial strength label printing application with a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) user interface
for the Windows desktop. It is equipped with over 1000 industry label templates, supports all commonly-used 1-dimensional barcodes which
can be printed using inkjet, laser, multi-function, thermal and thermal-transfer printers. It is one of the most innovative label printing
application in the market with advanced capabilities such as International Text, Duplex printing, TWAIN image acquisition and
label templates management.
Install the ConnectCode Label Software executable on your system.
Install DLLs, label samples, and help file on your system.
On your system, go to "C:\Program Files (x86)\ConnectCode\Label Software Trial v1.0" or the location where the software is installed.
Double click on Uninstall.exe.
Click on the "Yes" button followed by the "Uninstall" button. This will uninstall all the fonts and software on your system.
5 minute tutorial on creating a Price Label
1. Download, install and launch ConnectCode Label Software.
2. The Select Template dialog is the first screen that appears. The process
of creating a label either starts with the selection of a label template from the stock database
or customizing a template from an existing one.
As shown in the screenshot above, we are going to select "Labels" as the option for "Groups", "Avery"
as the Product Type and "5160 Laser Address Label (Letter)" as the "Product". In our case,
we are selecting a pre-existing template from a well-known vendor.
You can also click on "Search" to look for a template that you want to use or you can click on "Customize" to modify
an existing template to cater to your requirements. Finally, it is interesting to note that our label software
also supports Thermal Printers and Paper Roll on top of the standard inkjet/laser printers.
Click on the "Create" button to create the label.
3. Once the label is created, it appears on the center (right hand side) of the application. The left hand side
shows the Tool Box that contains an entire list of items that you can create on the label.
4. First, we are going to create a "Text" object on the label. Move your mouse to the "Text->Text" object in the Toolbox,
drag and drop the object onto the label canvas.
The diagram above shows the Text object created on your label canvas. You can resize this object by dragging the handles on the bounding box of the object.
5. Double click on the "Text" object and the "Text" properties dialog would appear.
Change the text description to "Black Calculator" and Font Size to "14".
6. Next drag and drop a "Currency Text" object from the Tool Box onto the label canvas and change the Font Size to "14". The Currency object automatically formats the text entered as a currency. The formatting can be setup in the "Options" tab.
7. Next drag and drop a "Code 128" barcode from the Tool Box onto the label canvas. You can arrange the label as shown in the screenshot below.
8. Before we print, let's save the label. Go to "File->Save as". Select a location and File name and click on the "Save" button.
9. Next, go to File->Print Options, enter "30" for the "Number of Labels" field. This option allows you to specify the number of labels to print. Click on "OK". Go to "File->Print Preview"to preview your labels as shown in the screenshot below.