Re: label program

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From:Catherine Bennett <> (by way of histonet)
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I use Microsoft Word to make custom labels using 1) the label function
under tools or 2) by making a table with fixed width and heights depending
on the type of labels I'm trying to print on.

Also, I have heard about a company, Computer Imprintable Label Systems
(Beverly, MA, 1-888-921-8877), that will work with you to make any kind of
custom label system that you can do up on the computer.  Their labels come
in all sorts of flavors, including high/low temp resistant, removable,
paper, polyester, bar-code, etc.  Their web site is
I assume they aren't cheep, but they look good for big labs.

Edward Henry wrote:

> I am looking for a multiple label generating program for histology and
> cytology slides.  Currently, the lab is typing slide labels and I'd
> like to move-up to the 90's.  Any suggestions?
> Edward Henry, Manager
> Holy Cross Health Systems
> Silver Spring, MD

Catherine "Katie" Bresee Bennett
Laboratory for Experimental Pathology
212G Food Safety + Toxicology Center
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824
ph:  517-432-4940
fx:   517-353-9902

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