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How to Print Asset Tags to Brother Label Printers?
How to Print Asset Tags to Brother Label Printers?
Updated over a week ago

There are some important configurations you need to set in your printer configuration before printing. Please read the entire article to make sure your configuration is correct, to ensure an accurate printout.

We currently support two Brother label printers using any Brother P-Touch 24mm (0.94") label:

Printers

Labels

  • Brother P-Touch 24mm TZe-251 Label Tape (works with both printers): Amazon Link

Our template works with all Brother P-Touch 24mm (0.94") labels, not only the TZe-251 label type.

We recommend the Brother PT-P950NW for the highest quality print.

Start by selecting the Brother P-Touch 24mm (TZe-251) template in BlueTally, by clicking on the profile icon in the top right corner and on Settings, then click on Printer Configuration.

When you select a template in your BlueTally Printer Configuration Settings, it will take precedence over the manual configuration further below on the page.

When you're done configuring the layout and design of the asset tag, you can find and select the assets you'd like to print tags for, and click on the Print option that appears above the table.

Then, please make sure you've set your printer up according to our instructions below.


Setup Guide for Brother PT-P750W

Windows

  1. Please download the drivers from Brother's website linked below: https://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadtop.aspx?c=us&lang=en&prod=p750weus

  2. Once you've installed the drivers, please go to the Printing Preferences for the printer in the Windows Settings, select the 0.94" Paper Size from the dropdown, set the Length to be 2.75" and click OK.

  3. When printing the asset tag, in the browser's printer dialogue prompt, please make sure you click on More Settings and make sure that you set the exact values just like in the screenshot below. We recommend using Google Chrome for the most accurate result.

    Paper Size: 0.94"

    Pages per sheet: 1

    Margins: Default

    Quality: 180 dpi

    Scale: Default

Mac

  1. Please download the following printer driver from Brother's website using the link below: https://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadend.aspx?c=us_ot&lang=en&prod=p750weus&os=10057&dlid=dlfp100780_000&flang=178&type3=347

  2. When printing the asset tag, in the browser's printer dialogue prompt, please make sure you click on More Settings and make sure that you set the exact values just like in the screenshot below. We recommend using Google Chrome for the most accurate result.

    Paper Size: 0.944 x 2.75 in

    Pages per sheet: 1

    Margins: None

    Quality: 180x360 dpi

    Scale: Default


Printer Guide for Brother PT-P950NW

Windows

  1. Please download the drivers from Brother's website linked below: https://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadtop.aspx?c=us&lang=en&prod=p950nweus

  2. Once you've installed the drivers, please go to the Printing Preferences for the printer in the Windows Settings, select the 0.94" Paper Size from the dropdown, set the Length to be 2.75", the Quality to be High resolution and click OK.

  3. When the Printer Dialogue prompt appears, please make sure you click on More Settings and make sure that you set the exact values just like in the screenshot below. We recommend using Google Chrome for the most accurate result.

    Paper Size: 0.94"

    Pages per sheet: 1

    Margins: Default

    Quality: 360x720 dpi

    Scale: Default

Mac

  1. Please download the following printer driver from Brother's website using the link below: https://support.brother.com/g/b/downloadend.aspx?c=us&lang=en&prod=p950nweus&os=10057&dlid=dlfp100893_000&flang=178&type3=462

  2. When printing the asset tag, in the browser's printer dialogue prompt, please make sure you click on More Settings and make sure that you set the exact values just like in the screenshot below. We recommend using Google Chrome for the most accurate result.

    Paper Size: 0.944 x 2.75 in

    Pages per sheet: 1

    Margins: None

    Scale: Default

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