Through bartender, I want to send the cutter operation to the even-numbered page Follow

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锋权 周

Through bartender, I want to send the cutter operation to the even-numbered page:

 

10 label are cut at 2 4 6 8 10.

I don’t want to cut every label

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Al Perez
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Hello xi men, thanks for your post!

xi men, I don't think we have enough information to properly give you instruction. Cutter operation can depend on your printer (sometimes, this operation has to be programmed or enabled through the printer's user interface and that can vary depending on the printer brand/model), but it may also depend on the driver settings you're using for your particular label document. 

For example, I have this Zebra 110Xi4 printer with these available driver settings, via the Page Setup options:

I recommend that you review your media handling for your document, and if you continue to have cutting issues, then review the printer's user interface next. If it still doesn't work, then consider opening a case with Tech Support here. Thanks again!

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Pete Thane
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If you are using a Seagull driver in your label on the File>Print screen if you go into the Stock Tab in the Document Properties then as long as you printer is able to have such a feature if you enable the Cutter you should then see a number of options about when to Cut and the one you need is the After Specified Interval option and then set the interval setting to 2.Such as the below 

 

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锋权 周
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Yours is a fixed value, I want to print according to different values, it may be the 2 5 7 8 printing
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Al Perez
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xi men, when you print through BarTender, you're printing via a manual operation, if that makes sense. Of course, it's a fixed value; I don't believe you can data source the cut frequency. The only way you can make this variable is perhaps if you're printing via automation (Integration Builder, Process Builder). You would have to use a script (such as BTXML) to define the cut frequency.

For more information on this, please review our Getting Started with BTXML Script and the MediaHandling Tag references, (specifically, the Occurrence element). To summarize, automating is the only way you'll be able to cut according to different values.

 

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