What printer and paper do you recommend for label printing?

For printing domestic USPS labels, and for printing Fedex and UPS labels, we recommend using the DYMO LabelWriter 4XL with 4×6 thermal paper that comes default with it. Note that USPS international labels with custom forms cannot be printed on this printer. Those labels will need to be printed on two letter size sheets on your […]

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Print Settings on Zebra / Dymo (thermal) Printer

Configuring your thermal printer to work with Ordoro is a snap! Just follow these steps: 1. After you’ve created a label, select ‘Thermal printer’ as the layout and then ‘View PDF’. 2. This will open a new tab in your browser and generate a full-page PDF label. You will see the label in full – nothing cut […]

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Print Settings on Desktop Printer

If you use a desktop printer for printing your shipping labels we recommend using the settings below on the Ordoro label printing page: Page Size: Letter Orientation: Portrait Top Margin: 0.3 Left Margin: 0.3 Width: 5 Height: 8 Rotation: 90 degrees These settings are remembered by your browser so you don’t have to enter them […]

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How to print a label and packing list together or two labels on one sheet?

Ordoro now supports multiple layouts when printing your shipping labels in Ordoro v3, packing slips, and pick lists. See below for the different options. Thermal layout and packing list in sequential order Desktop layout with label and packing slip side-by-side Desktop layout with two labels per page Desktop layout with one label per page Thermal […]

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How do I find labels that have not been printed?

Whether creating a single label or processing multiple orders in batch, Ordoro’s label processing workflow feature automatically moves orders into the Shipped status upon label creation and gives you multiple options on when and how to print labels. The Print Label modal will immediately appear once labels have been generated providing you with the following […]

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How to use barcode scanning to reduce packing errors?

Using our barcode scanning workflow, you can: Find an order using the barcode on the packing list. Scan each item to ensure it’s the correct one for the package. Keep track of which user packed the box. Quickly identify which orders were verified via barcode scanning. Note: This feature is available for Express, Pro, and […]

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What is PrintNode?

Ordoro has an integration with PrintNode that extends certain features with printers and scales. To access these features you will need to sign up for a PrintNode account here. So what benefits come with connecting PrintNode to Ordoro? Instaprint (fewer clicks to print your shipping labels) Manage printer preferences so that specific document types print […]

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