Sharing biz tips for makers, this is what it’s all about – Efficient printing of USPS shipping labels @ Wayne and Layne…
When you use the online USPS shipping label generator (we use it via paypal), it generates a full page of information. The top half of the page is the label you affix to the package, and the other half is full of extra info that isn’t needed for the shipping label. If you want to use full-page label sheets, you really don’t want to waste half the page each time you print a label. To work around this, we developed a script to split a PDF into top- and bottom-half PDFs, enabling you to only print the top half (the actual label) while leaving the bottom half of the label page usable for the next label you print.
For example, here’s a slightly-doctored image of the original printing label.
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