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gLabels

gLabels

gLabels is a lightweight application for label, business card and media cover creation. It is designed for the GNOME desktop environment.

It is designed to work with various laser/ink-jet peel-off label and business card sheets that you'll find at most office supply stores.

gLabels also supports mail merge from sources such as CSV files, vCards and Evolution data servers.

 gLabels 3.2.1

Price
Free to download

Size
3.2MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Jim Evins

Website
www.glabels.com

System Requirements
GTK+ 3.6.x
librsvg 2.36.x
libxml 2.9.x


Optional:
libebook 2.30.3
Barcode 0.98
Zint 2.4.1
libiec16022 0.2.4
libqrencode 3.1.x

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Mailing Lists, SourceForge Project Page, Gettng Started with gLabels, Advanced Usage with gLabels

Selected Reviews:
LinuxInsider, Softpedia

Features include:

  • Templates
  • Template designer
  • Barcode generator
  • Support for many barcode formats including POSTNET, UPC, ISBN, and the 2-D DataMatrix
  • Mail merge options
  • Document Merge is a powerful feature that allows a unique label or card to be printed for each record in an external data source
  • High level of control of label printing
  • Create custome labels and CD/DVD/Blu-ray labels
  • Full-featured barcode backend for libzint 
  • Undo/Redo capability
  • Templates are written in XML
  • Translations into Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Spanish, Slovenian, Catalan, Swedish, and Brazilian Portugese

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