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Print shipping labels in QuickBooks Point of Sale

Learn how to print shipping labels in QuickBooks Point of Sale.

In QuickBooks Point of Sale, you can print shipping labels using your customers info from a receipt, sales order, the customer center or print individual labels from your customer list. Here’s how to do it.

Note: You can print shipping labels on plain paper or on a sheet of labels. If you’ve already used some labels on a sheet, make sure to select the column and row to start printing on.

How to print labels without using the Shipping Manager

Print a shipping label from a customer order:

  1. Open a Sales Order or Customer Order.
  2. Enter the customer name in Customer Info, then select their record or enter a new customer’s name and info, select Save & Select.
  3. Select Enter shipping Info, enter the Ship To address then select OK.
  4. Enter the Shipping Details then select OK.
  5. From the Shipping Info area, select Options, select Print Mailing Label, then select Print.
  6. Choose the Label type, then select Continue, then OK.

Print a shipping label from a sales receipt:

  1. Open a Sales Receipt.
  2. Enter the customer name and select their record or enter a new customer’s name and information.
  3. Select Ship Items.
  4. Make sure to fill out the shipping info, then Select OK.
  5. From the Shipping Info area, select Options.
  6. Select Print Mailing Label.

How to print labels using the Shipping Manager

Using the Shipping Manager, you can ship and mail through UPS, USPS, and FedEx directly from QuickBooks. Before you get started, make sure you’ve set up the Shipping Manager.

Note: If you record a 3rd party shipping service label number, for example from FedEX or UPS, it will only record in the system and not print the 3rd party label info. It will only print an address label.

Print a shipping label from a customer order:

  1. Open a Sales Order.
  2. Enter the customer name in Customer Info, then select their record or enter a new customer’s name and info, select Save & Select.
  3. Select Estimate Shipping Charges, enter the Ship To address then select OK.
  4. Select Go To Shipping Manager.
  5. Verify the To Address.
  6. Select Shipping Service, enter the Weight, then select Ship.

Print a UPS shipping label from a sales receipt:

  1. Open a Sales Receipt.
  2. Enter the customer's name.
  3. Select Ship Items.
  4. Make sure to fill out the shipping info, then select Ship via UPS.
  5. Select Shipping Service, enter Weight, then select Ship.

Print a shipping label from the customer center:

  1. From the Customers dropdown, select Customer Center
  2. From the Reach Out to Your Customers section, select Print mailing labels.
  3. Use the filters to select which customers you’ll print mailing labels for, then select Next.
  4. Clear the checkbox of the customers you don’t want to print mailing labels for, then select Next.
  5. Select the printer you use to print labels.
  6. Select either Preview or Print.
  7. Choose the Label Type, then select Continue.
  8. If you selected Print the labels will print, if you selected Preview you’ll see how the labels will look after printing. If everything’s correct, select Print.

Print a shipping label for individual customers:

  1. Go to the Customer List.
  2. Select the customer you’d like to print the label for, then select Edit.
  3. From the address section, select Print Label then select Print.

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