Every label editor element can be linked to the store data. Once you set up a template, you can use that template to create many labels based on online store data at a time. Refer to Label Essentials for further information.

Multi-column labels have both row and column attributes, so it's important to grasp their meaning. We've included all the examples below to aid your understanding.

Various styles

Row in each type
Column in each type

Two-row, one-column label
One-row, two-column label

Now that you can distinguish label types, the following example will guide you through creating a label.


We will use Dymo 30299 as an example. The label width is 54mm and the label height is 11mm.

What's next

To print sheet labels out, please follow the article Printer configuration for multi-column label.