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I have a question I am ready to ship my printer just died i don't have any way to print my family will not allow me to change there ip stuff.

I want to go to either Kinko's or the library but i do not wana take a chance of a dirty computer burning me.

When printing via paypal is there a way to save the shipping label to my usb or email and print that way at either location?
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Have you thought about paying for postage at the P.O. until you get ink?
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right i wana free up my dough quick im in a bad shape to meet bills...i need to replace printer not the ink. but thanx for the no brainier...
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All of your addresses are in the emails that paypal emails to your email address! You can also log into your paypal account and download the transactions for that day to an excel file! Save the info on the USB stick and ......
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It does seem like a no brainier, but with the questions you ask, I just wanted to make sure...

There's no way that I know of to save a label to a USB. You wouldn't be able to even use Print Screen because the preview says Void on it.
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You can use a program called DOPDF. Google it and you will find it. You can print automatically to pdf....acts as a normal printer...
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I posted this on another thread, but will do so again here...

If you are looking for a good PDF Writer, I recommend CuteWriter

The free version works Great! This is where I downloaded from...

CutePDF - Create PDF for free, Free PDF Utilities, Save PDF Forms, Edit PDF easily.

I actually had to use this last week due to printer problems for one of my shipments.
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There's no way that I know of to save a label to a USB.
Yes, there is a easy way.

I think most PDF writers will save it to a printable file. I know for sure the one I recommend does.

Cutewriter acts just like a physical printer, you will see it listed in your printer list. When you go to print your document, select Cutewriter as your printer and it will ask you where you want to save your printed document to.

It's Simple and Great for emergencies.
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I've used a PDF writer a few times, didn't think of that though.
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