You have the option to print single cards, which may occasionally be necessary, or to process cards, which is to process many cards in a batch. You will probably more often process cards in a batch.
In either case you will first be prompted to select a printer...
The idea being that you may have a dedicated printer loaded with card stock, if you're using the same printer for everything you'll need to load it with your card stock.
Next you'll be prompted to set a start and end date, members with paid dates between these dates that do not have the Card Issued flag set will have a card printed...
Next the Label Print Manager will be displayedwhich shows you what cards will be printed and allows you to set the start column and row and to specify where in the list the printing should begin. If your list is quite long you may want to start somewhere toward the bottom of the list, this way you can process only a few sheets of card stock at a time, minimizing the chance of a paper jam...
In either case you will first be presented with the Label Options Dialog.
Select Dot matrix or Laser and ink jet and select the Label product. Then click Ok.
The Label Print Manager will then appear in one of several forms.
If your using a laser or ink jet printer you will be able to set the column and row where the printing will start. This allows you to use partial sheets of labels and avoids wasting any. You can also select from the list where the printing should start. If you are using card stock,there are ten labels on each sheet. You can select the 10th, or 20th label from the bottom, again avoiding wasting any labels.
When you click Start, your cards will begin printing.