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Creating Name Labels


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This tutorial will take you through the steps needed to create and print labels using Tapestry. Please note that to create labels, you will need to be logged into the browser version of Tapestry and not on the app. 

The Name Labels feature will allow you to create labels to print either 80mm x 50mm labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet), or Drawer labels that are 177mm x 40mm (5 per sheet). 

It is possible to create labels for both active and enrolling children, which will allow you to get your classroom ready for when your new intake arrives.

You will be able to create labels from the 'Children' tab (1). Just tick the box to select the children you want to create a label for (2). If you want to print for all children then you can choose 'All' from the 'Select Items' drop-down (3) which will tick every box on that page. The default is to show up to 12 children per page, but you can select either 12, 24, 48 or all children per page (4) If you change this, you'll need to repeat (3).

You can also use filters to select specific groups if necessary (5).

When you're ready, the option will be set to 'Print name labels' by default so just click 'Go' (6).

 

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Note that this screen will only show you your active children. If you wish to create name labels for enrolling children you will need to use the filter & sort bar (1) and then filter the 'status' by 'enrolling' (2) and submit (3) the specifications.

 

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Once you have selected at least one child, you will see a box appear at the bottom right corner, that shows how many children have been selected, and that you can print name labels for them (3). Selecting 'Go' will take you to the following page: 

 

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From this page, you are now able to choose the type of label that you wish to create. 

Style 1 - 80mm x 50mm Labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet) Full name with picture

Style 2 - 80mm x 50mm Labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet) First name with picture

Style 3 - 80mm x 50mm Labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet) First name and Initial of Surname with picture

Style 4 - 80mm x 50mm Labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet) First name with no picture

Style 5 - 80mm x 50mm Labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet) Full name with no picture

Style 6 - 80mm x 50mm Labels (2 columns, 10 per sheet) Surname with picture

Style 7 - 177mm x 40mm Drawer Label (5 per sheet) Full name with picture

Style 8 - 177mm x 40mm Drawer Label (5 per sheet) First name with picture

Style 9 - 177mm x 40mm Drawer Label (5 per sheet) Full name with no picture

Style 10 - 177mm x 40mm Drawer Label (5 per sheet) First Name with Surname Initial only and no picture

Style 11 - 177mm x 40mm Drawer Label (5 per sheet) First Name with Surname Initial only and picture

First Name, large - 110mm x 70mm labels (2 columns, 4 per sheet) First name no picture, large

First name, large with photo - 110mm x 70mm labels (2 columns, 4 per sheet) First name with picture, large

Portrait Style - 80mm x 100mm labels (2 columns, 4 per sheet) Picture with first name below

Avery J8160 - 63.5mm x 38.1mm labels (3 columns, 21 per sheet) First name with picture

Avery J8160, just picture - 63.5mm x 38.1mm labels (3 columns, 21 per sheet) Picture only

Avery L7163 - 99.1mm x 38.1m labels (2 columns, 14 per sheet) First name and initial of surname with picture

 

Once you have chosen the style of labels that you would like, you can load up the page of labels by selecting it. This will take you to the labels page.

This is an example of Style 1, full name with picture. You will notice that if there is no profile picture set for the child, then there will be an empty box in the place of a profile photo:

 

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This is example of Style 9, full name with no picture:

 

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And an example of Style 11, first name and initial of surname with picture:

 

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You can then print the labels as required. Please note you can choose to print the labels in colour or black and white. If you are printing onto label paper directly, please ensure that you have loaded it correctly into your printer before printing. 

 

 

 

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