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Customize FBA Box and Shipping Labels with Label Resizer

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This article dives into features provided by Label Resizer, which provide customized Amazon FBA Box and Shipping labels. Here are the unique features of Label Resizer that will help you to ease the FBA shipping preparation process and eliminate any failures: 

Print with Any Thermal Label Sizes 
Amazon only support thermal label size of 4 x 6 Inches for FBA Box and Shipping labels. Other solutions in the market only provide limited thermal label sizes. However, Label Resizer supports any thermal label sizes in Imperial and Metric systems. Just type width and height of your thermal label.

Box and Shipping Labels on Avery FBA UP Labels
We have listed most common paper/sticker type label sizes. You can use Label Resizer's unique features and print your Box and Shipping labels on Avery papers with inkjet and laser printers. If you do have different FBA UP label type, just reach us and then we can add your FBA UP format to the list. 


Customize FBA Box and Shipping Labels with Label Resizer
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Complete Guide for Thermal Printers' Setup

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Printing FBA labels through thermal printers requires proper printer setup to get readable barcodes. This guide will eliminate this need and detail steps of printing labels through Label Resizer with your Dymo or Zebra thermal printer.

Label Resizer customizes and generates your labels in line your preferences in seconds directly from your Seller Central Account. To do this, you can use either browser extensions or web page upload methodology of Label Resizer. (Try out 1 Month Unlimited Free Trial with No Need Credit Card.)

Following two sections list the printer setup steps for a Dymo LabelWriter and a Zebra thermal printers. No need for ink or toner for thermal printers, since they use heat to print labels. You just need to buy thermal roll papers suitable for your printer.  

Dymo Thermal Printer Size Setup
To adjust printer setup you can follow the following steps for your operating system:

For Windows Users
Go to Control Panelthen Devices and
Printers Right click on your printer and Choos…