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how would i print labels using my dail-up it is obviosuly slow, so what would be another way of printing labels if i am on a dailup connection ?
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you get what you pay for.......I guess it all depends on your income level, but the highest speed for myself isnt even a dent. Also its tax deductible.
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Cut the guy some slack, there are still rural areas where high speed is not available. Furthermore, it can be very effective for dealing with the IP address.

To make a suggestion for the OP.

Perhaps you could use a listing service like inkfrog and print from there. You are in essence creating a .pdf file then printing the file. It grabs all the shipments at once so you create all the label at one time. You could start the process before you go to bed and when you woke up your .pdf files will have been created and ready to print?
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Your internet speed doesn't effect your computer/printer speed. Creating labels off eBay or Amazon does not take up much bandwidth at all. If you're using a separate computer that is dial-up only, you can print your labels to PDFs and then print them on your other computer later.

Here's how:

Download a small AP called "cute PDF". It allows you to print PDFs for free.
Then print your labels to PDF files and email them to yourself (label them properly so you know what product it is.)

Then print them on your main machine. Easy as pie.

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