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Printing PayPal postage with Brother QL-500

Discussion in 'eBay, Amazon & Online Marketplaces' started by woolyflick, Jul 24, 2011.

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  1. woolyflick

    woolyflick

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    I've looked at so many different threads my head's spinning, so I decided to bite the bullet and ask outright. (I've had lots of people tell me in the past that I should have searched for the answer before clogging up the message boards even more, but I'm desperate now!)

    The thing is, I have a Brother QL-500 thermal label printer, and I'd like to start using PayPal UK postage for my eBay parcels. My problem is I don't know how to make PayPal print the actual label to my label (I can't seem to find a place to get rid of the 'header' and 'footer' and the rest of the label prints blank). It prints fine on my inkjet printer, but I really wanted to use my label printer being as I can't spend all day cutting and taping the labels to my packages.

    Help, please?

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