[aisle] Print your own bar code labels?

Karen Doyle kdoyle at komarek94.org
Thu Jan 21 14:44:31 CST 2021

I do. I use Follett Destiny and just print them to Avery  #5160 labels.
It's a little complicated getting things lined up and making sure your
printer is cooperating.  Other than that, it's pretty straightforward.  I
print them as I get books in (I do try to get most of my books processed by
vendors) and catalogued.  It works pretty well and I can have the title and
other info printed on the bar code itself.  Let me know if you have any
specific questions.  Karen

Karen Doyle
Library Media Specialist

Komarek School
8940 W. 24th St
North Riverside, IL 60546

On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 2:31 PM Nichole Folkman via AISLE <
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> Does anyone print their own barcode labels for their books? If so, would
> you recommend it and what website or program do you use? It feels like
> something that could be done in-house simply enough... but maybe I'm
> missing something.
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