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I have a Brother PT7600 label maker that I've used for several years. I have a big project coming up and thought I should try to connect the labeler to my computer and use the PTouch software to make my job easier. Specify all the labels in their database and print them with ease. Right.

I downloaded the software and the print drivers for Win 10. The program installed ok. I started the program and was met with more options than I thought you need, but it will print about anything and looks like it would make coffee it I could find that menu. I'm looking for somewhere to choose FX251 tape and a text box to enter a starting and ending number for the labels. Has anyone done this?

Trouble is, it might be a moot point, as I get a message that says "Printing is not possible on this model through the interface." Ugggghhhhh.

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We always used Panduit S100X150YAJ labels for the past 15 years. 42 labels per sheet.

These here labels

Excel spreadsheet is all you need.


Please don't confuse your "Internet Search" with my licenses, certifications and over 30 years experience.

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