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I need a way to print two labels, one after the other (One label is the same every time, the other changes based on user input), without using Batch Maker because it isn't compatible with the program users will be printing from. I noticed in the Label Format Options there’s the VB Scripting. There’s an option for an event “OnPrintJobEnd”. Would I be able to use that to set it up that when one label prints, the next starts? How would I do this?

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The go-to for a question like this is to VB script a single format so that fields will suppress (not print) on every other label. Therefore, you can "fake" that two different labels are printing, when really it is just one format printed twice, but with vastly different data.
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In v9.40 of BarTender you could enable the "Separate designs for front and back" checkbox in the "Page" tab of the "Page Setup" dialog. Normally this is used for duplex printing where a different label design is wanted for the front and back of a page, label, tag or card. However, for non duplex printers, when this option is enabled, printing of each design layout will print one after the other in a page 1, page 2, page 1 page 2 sequence. Maybe this will be of use to you?
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[quote name='Ian C - Seagull Support' timestamp='1322040213' post='1122']
In v9.40 of BarTender you could enable the "Separate designs for front and back" checkbox in the "Page" tab of the "Page Setup" dialog. Normally this is used for duplex printing where a different label design is wanted for the front and back of a page, label, tag or card. However, for non duplex printers, when this option is enabled, printing of each design layout will print one after the other in a page 1, page 2, page 1 page 2 sequence. Maybe this will be of use to you?
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I don't know if that'll work, it's two separate label formats. I just need one to print automatically after the other one. Like the user will print out "Label A" and "Label B" will print right after, without the user needing to click one it, open it or anything like that.
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[quote name='nRyder' timestamp='1322022167' post='1117']
The go-to for a question like this is to VB script a single format so that fields will suppress (not print) on every other label. Therefore, you can "fake" that two different labels are printing, when really it is just one format printed twice, but with vastly different data.
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What script would I use? I've only used Visual Basic once or twice so I wouldn't even know where to begin with this...
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A label design with a front and back layout specified will print both as consecutive labels, on a non-duplex printer, without having to do anything special at all. Even specifying a single identical copy, which is the default value for the print quantity, will print both front and back designs as consecutive labels. I suggest you give it a go to see if it meets your needs.
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[quote name='Ian C - Seagull Support' timestamp='1322056884' post='1130']
A label design with a front and back layout specified will print both as consecutive labels, on a non-duplex printer, without having to do anything special at all. Even specifying a single identical copy, which is the default value for the print quantity, will print both front and back designs as consecutive labels. I suggest you give it a go to see if it meets your needs.
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It prints the label + a blank page. How do I set it up to print the specific second label?
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Nevermind, I found it. Thanks so much for your help Ian!

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