UMDPrint is a spine label program developed by the University of Minnesota-Duluth which have been adapted for use by FALSC. Several of the FCS libraries have been using the program to print "one-off" spine labels in conjunction with the Aleph Cataloging module. It requires the use of a quality label printer, preferably a thermal transfer printer such as the Zebra TLP2844 or Zebra GC420t.
To download the program, click on the link below. (A valid Aleph username and password is required.)
Once the file is downloaded, click on it to install the program on your workstation. To configure UMDPrint and Aleph, follow the instructions in the FLVC Knowledgebase article listed here.
If you are currently using UMDPrint, you will need to reconfigure it so that it works with the Aleph v.23 client. Please follow the instructions below.
Click on Close to close the program.
If everything is configured correctly, the program should work with the v.23 Aleph client. To test it, open the Cataloging module and display an item record. Click on the Label box on the right side of the window. The UMDPrint window should display just like it did with the v.20 Aleph client.