SKU Print / User Guide


Welcome

Thanks for choosing SKU Print for Shopify. This app utilizes the Dymo LabelWriter 450 Series of label printers and labels to print custom product inventory and pricing labels with industry standard barcodes. This app is integrated directly into Shopify, so there is no exporting required. The only dependancies are the Dymo Label software which can be downloaded for free at: http://www.dymo.com/en-US/online-support/dymo-user-guides. The app also requires the use of the Mozilla Firefox web browser which can be downloaded at: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/ . Works for both Shopify Online Stores and Point of Sale users. Out of box the app supports printing on Dymo 30336 & 30251 labels. Support for more labels will be added with updates. Custom label sizes and layouts are available upon request.


Features:
Requirements:
Download DYMO Label v8.5.1 Software: http://www.dymo.com/en-US/online-support/dymo-user-guides

Download Mozilla Firefox: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/

Compatible Printers:


Sections:



Getting Started

The SKU Print App is integrated into the Shopify admin area under the Products page.

1. Navigate to Admin > Products in Shopify
2. Select at least one product that you would like to print a label for.
3. Click 'Bulk Actions' from the menu, then Click 'Print Label'.



The SKU Print App will open in a new pop up window. Upon first opening the application, you will need to allow popups from SKUprint.com.

1. Click Preferences on the the Firefox warning message.
2. Then Click on Allow pop-ups for SKUprint.com.



Here is the main screen for the SKU Print App. From this window you can select the items you will like to print labels for. Notice that all variants of a selected product will be automatically imported. You can also set the quantity of labels to print and access the settings menu.

To print a label:
1. Click on the item that you would like to select. It will highlight.
2. Set the quantity at the top. Then Click the Print Label button.






Allow Browser to use App

Before printing a label for the first time, you will need to allow the Dymo Label app to access the web browser. A dialog will display stating that no dymo printer is installed. A browser warning message will also be displayed asking to allow the "Dymo Label" program to run.

To permit the Dymo app to run:
1. Click on the Allow button on the warning message.
2. Click Allow and Remember to keep the warning from being displayed again.
3. Click Ok on the 'No printer warning'
4. Click Print Label to print the label.

If SKU Print still states that no printer is installed, make sure that the Dymo Label software is installed and up to date.









Settings

From the settings page, we can set a logo, change the label layout, and change the label printer.

Change the logo:

1. Click the Browse button under the logo section. A file upload dialog will pop up.
2. Choose your logo file then click Open.
3. Then click Upload Image You will be redirected to a confirmation page.

Logo must be a PNG JPG or GIF format with a file size no larger then 50kb.


Change the layout:

1. Click the drop down menu under the label section. A list of available layouts will appear.
2. Choose your layout then click the Change Label button. You will be redirected to a confirmation page.

Be sure to select a layout with EAN support if you will be printing EAN barcodes.


Change the printer:

1. Click the drop down menu under the printer section. A list of all Dymo 450 Series printers will appear.
2. Choose your printer then click the Change Printer button. You will be redirected to a confirmation page.

If you are using a LabelWriter Twin Turbo you can select between the left or right print feeder.





About the Barcodes

Before being able to print labels with barcodes, you must add barcode numbers to the products from the Products page in the Shopify admin area. This app will only allow valid UPC-A and EAN barcodes to be printed. UPC-A barcodes consist of 11 digits plus a check digit. EAN barcodes consist of 12 digits plus a check digit. Be sure to only use 11 or 12 digit barcode numbers to comply with these standards. If your barcode number is not 11 or 12 digits, the app will display a red X on the barcode column and will not print barcodes for these items. Also note that all variants must have their own barcode numbers.

If you are using a existing barcode numbers off of items, leave off the last digit. This digit will automatically be added back in when the label is printed.




To add a barcode number to an item:

1. Navigate to Admin > Products in Shopify
2. Click on the item to which you would like to add a barcode.
3. Scroll down to the Pricing section.
4. Add a 11 or 12 digit number to the Barcode field.
5. Click Save and return to the SKU Print App.




If the item has variants:

1. Navigate to Admin > Products in Shopify
2. Click on the item to which you would like to add a barcode.
3. Scroll down to the Variants section.
4. Click Edit next to the variant.
5. Scroll down to the Inventory section.
6. Add a 11 or 12 digit number to the Barcode field.
7. Click Save and return to the SKU Print App.









Using the CHS Scanner

This app uses the Socket CHS 7Ci barcode scanner for use in the Shopify POS & admin area. This scanner is directly supported with all Shopify apps and is designed for use on IOS and Mac devices. The scanner will need to be programed to use the SKU Print labels.

To program the CHS barcode scanner:

1. Print the PDF program sheet found here: https://skuprint.com/Program_Sheet.pdf.
2. Scan the Factory Reset barcode. This step can be skipped if a factory reset is not required. Scanning the Factory Reset barcode will cause the scanner to unpair and turn off.
3. If a factory reset was performed: Turn the scanner on and pair with the device
4. Scan the iOS Mode barcode. This will change the CHS to iOS mode.
5. Scan the four Command Barcodes on the left of the page. This will setup the scanner for using the UPC & EAN barcodes.


The Program Sheet may be scannable from the screen without printing depending on your screen type.