Remote Printing To a Dymo Printer

Printing to your Dymo printer over the internet is simple with the PrintNode client. PrintNode supports the Dymo LabelWriter 4XL, 450 series and many more. Once you have downloaded PrintNode for your computer, follow these instruction to be able to connect to your printer remotely.

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Step 1: Download and Install the PrintNode Client

You can download the client here. For full instructions for this step, click here.


Step 2: Open Control Panel

Open the start menu (click the Windows button in the bottom-left corner of your screen) and select Control Panel.


Step 3: Go to Devices and Printers

Select View devices and printers. If you can't see this, type "devices" into the search bar and the link should appear.


Step 4: Go to Print Server Properties

Scroll down to the Printers section. Left-click on your printer and select Print Server Properties at the top of the window.


Step 5: Create a New Paper Size

If your desired paper size is already listed, click OK and move on to step 5. To create a new paper size, first tick the Create a new form box. Above this you may now enter a name for your paper size (this can be be anything you like) and specify the dimensions at the bottom. Be sure to select the correct units.

Your screen should now look similar to the picture to the right. Click Save Form and then Close at the bottom.


Step 6: Go to Printing Preferences

Right-click on your printer and select Printing Preferences.


Step 7: Click Advanced...

If your screen does not look like the one to the right, you may need to install appropriate printer drivers from the DYMO website.


Step 8: Select your paper size

Under Paper/Output, the paper size drop-down menu should now include your custom paper size. Select this and click OK.

Your printer should now be set up to work with PrintNode. You may close any windows you have finished working with. If you have any trouble printing, try interchanging the width and height values. Contact PrintNode support if you are still having issues.