glabels - Label and business card creation program for GNOME
is a lightweight program for creating labels and business cards
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-3
is pre-configured with templates for
many of these products. It also provides an interactive template designer for
creating new templates according to user specifications.
For full documentation see the gLabels
is a command line utility to print labels previously
prepared with glabels-3.
- -?, --help
- Display a summary of available command-line options.
- Display a short usage summary.
Options specific to glabels-batch
- -v, --version
- Print program version information.
- -o filename,
- Set output filename to filename.
- -i filename,
- Set name of file with data to be merged to filename.
Typically this is a .csv file containing values to be printed on the
- -s n, --sheets=n
- Set number of sheets to n. (default=1)
- -c n, --copies=n
- Set number of copies to n. (default=1)
- -f n, --first=n
- Set label on first sheet to start printing from to
- -l, --outline
- Print outlines around labels. This is useful for testing
printer alignment or printing proof sheets.
- -C, --cropmarks
- Print crop marks. Helpful for cutting up sheets.
- -r, --reverse
- Print mirror image of labels. This is useful for clear
labels intended to be seen from the back through glass.
The $HOME/.config/libglabels/templates directory contains all user-defined
The gLabels homepage at <http://glabels.org/>.
Jim Evins <firstname.lastname@example.org>