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 Also, In most cases these labels are 1 inch wide regardless of their orientation. However, if you need loop tags that are wider than 1 inch, you would be limited to a 3 across or 4 across depending on the width of your thermal print head. Also, In most cases these labels are 1 inch wide regardless of their orientation. However, if you need loop tags that are wider than 1 inch, you would be limited to a 3 across or 4 across depending on the width of your thermal print head.
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 +<note warning> **A Warning About Colored Stock** ​
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 +While colored label stock can draw attention to the label, it can have a big drawback as well.
 +If you are planning to put barcodes on your labels, you will need to stay away from any mid to dark colored stock. This is because the barcode scanners are designed to read black markings on white stock. So the scanner will not be able to differentiate between the black print and the colored stock. Some colors to stay away from would be Dark Greens, Reds, Browns, Blues, etc. Light colors like Yellow, Light Tan, Light Gray, or Light Pink should work OK. An easy way to tell is to test by putting one of those colors on a photocopier and make a black and white copy. IF it barely shows up on the photocopied image, then it will be ok. If it comes out Gray it MIGHT work. But if it comes out Dark Grey or Black, it won't work.  </​note>​
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 +| {{:​label_stock:​labeldesign:​loop_color.jpg?​250|}} | You can see by the examples on the left and right here, that the tan and light blue stock might work, but the red definitely will not work as a barcode label. | {{:​label_stock:​labeldesign:​loop_BW.jpg?​250|}} |
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