If you just want to print a bunch of labels, you can head to your local Staples store and buy an Avery pack of stickies.
If you want to print labels one-by-one, you can get your hands on a dedicated printer such as Zebra, Brother or Dymo. You can also explore our comprehensive Hardware Recommendations List to learn about the various printers and scanners we trust.
As an important tip, make sure the minimum dimension recommendations for labels are followed.
- 1″ by 1″ for QR codes
- 0.5″ height for barcodes
The EZOfficeInventory Print Labels Knowledgebase
How to print on dedicated label printers
Using the Label Designer and third party (Avery) labels
QR code vs. Barcode – Best practices and recommendations