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Printing barcode only on first label of a series in Label Matrix

Printing barcode only on first label of a series in Label Matrix

Printing barcode only on first label of a series in Label Matrix

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Hi,
I am fairly new to Label Matrix (v5.00.04) but have been tasked with resurrecting a despatch label for one of our biggest customers.
Their requirements are fairly standard, including printing multiple labels with a counter so we see 'Box 1 or 10', 'Box 2 of 10', etc. and I have worked this out.
The thing that is stumping me is the fact that they need a barcode (3 of 9, composite field = 'K'+part number) printing on the first label in the set, but not on subsequent ones. I have created the barcode OK, but can't see a way to print only on the first label. I am not using a database for these labels, just using Keyboard input at print time to determine the correct values for certain fields,  number of boxes, etc.
Can anyone tell me how I might achieve this?
Thanks
Penny

RE: Printing barcode only on first label of a series in Label Matrix

contact TekLynx they bought Strandware

teklynx_support@teklynx.com

DougP, MCP, A+

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