Press the “+ New document” button on the “Settings > Print templates” page to create a new label template.

Enter the document template title and select the “Labels” template group.

Don't forget to enter the label sizes (width and height) in millimeters, because you are most probably using a thermal printer with a special paper for printing your labels.

Label template variable values

There are two variable groups for the Orderry label templates: the “Company” and “Label” groups. Let’s consider these two in detail.

Company group

Here are the document template variables from the “Company” group:

  • {Company Name} variable represents the company name you configure on the “Settings > General” page;
  • {Company Address} variable represents the company address you configure on the “Settings > General” page;
  • {Company Email} variable represents the company email address you configure on the “Settings > General” page;
  • {Company Details} variable represents the company details you configure on the “Settings > General” page;
  • {Company Note} variable represents the additional information about your company you configure on the “Settings > General” page.

Label group

Here are the document template variables from the “Label” group:

  • {Income Date} variable represents the posting date for a product shipment. Use this variable when printing labels from the posting document and for the serial products;
  • {Product Title} variable displays the name of the target product or service;
  • {Price} variable displays the selected price (with a margin included) for a target product or service;
  • {Barcode} variable represents the barcode for a product serial number (for serial products) or the barcode from the product dialog window (for non-serial products).
  • {Product Barcode} variable represents only the barcode from the product dialog window.
  • {Product Code} variable displays the value of a “Code” field from the product dialog window;
  • {Batch Description} variable represents the “Comment” field value from the Product unit passport. This variable works only with serial products.
  • {Product Article} variable displays the value of an “SKU” field from the product dialog window;
  • {Product Client Warranty} variable displays the end date for the client warranty period;
  • {Product Supplier Warranty} variable displays the end date for the supplier warranty period. You can use it for your serial product labels and for non-serial products (when printing labels from the posting document);
  • {Supplier Name} variable represents the supplier information from the posting document. You can use it for your serial product labels and for non-serial products (when printing labels from the posting document).

Hit the variable name to add it to your document template.

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