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How to use the Rhino 5200 Label Memory

The Rhino 5200 and Rhino 5200 Kit have a built in memory where you can save the labels that you use on a regular basis, making it even faster and easier to print labels.



The labels are saved as templates, and are easy to recall (see below for instructions). You can save all kinds of templates, including Flag Labels, Barcode Labels, Cable/Wire Labels, Fixed Length and Patch Panel Labels, Terminal Block Labels and even Heat Shrink Label Templates



Saving a Label File

When you save a label file, all the label text and formatting are saved. A label file name can be up to 20 alphanumeric characters in length.

To save a label file

1. Create the labels in your label file.

2. Press SAVE

3. Select NEW and press OK

4. Enter a name for your label file and press OK

5. Press CLR to start a new label.



Recalling a Label File from Memory

Once a label is saved to memory, you can recall the label to print or edit. Recalling a label replaces the current label. To recall a label from memory

1. Press RECALL

(The memory locations are displayed)

2. Select the memory location that contains the label you want and press OK

(A message appears confirming that you want to clear the current label text and formatting)

3. Press OK



Deleting a Label File from Memory

When you no longer need a stored label file, you can delete the file from memory.

To delete a label from memory

1. Press RECALL

(The saved label files are displayed)

2. Select the label file you want to delete.

3. Press SHIFT + RECALL, and then press OK to clear the memory location.



The Rhino 5200 and Rhino 5200 Kit use 4 different label sizes : 1/4" (6mm), 3/8" (9mm), 1/2" (12mm) and 3/4" (19mm) and each size is available in a number of different materials, including Vinyl, Flexible Nylon, Permanent Polyester and Heat Shrink.