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printing labels from RM Admin tool

printing labels from RM Admin tool

printing labels from RM Admin tool

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Hello,
I am trying to help my boss with printing labels directly to a printer from Hummingbird RM Admin tool when new file parts are created. We are using RM Admin tool 5.1.0.5 and are printing to a Dymo label printer.
Currently we have the Admin tool generating the label information and it is storing it in a .FLB file on the harddrive. From here we open the Dymo software (DYMO Label)and do a special paste of the file (after browsing for it) and then print.
My boss is certain that when the RM Admin tool generates the label information it can somehow be sent directly to the printer, eliminating all the above steps (we will be creating many labels).
We are running Windoes XP pro. Thank-you for any help

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