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If you are looking for iLabel2, you have come to the right place. We explain what iLabel2 is and point you to the official download.

What is iLabel2?

iLabel2 is a label-making program that allows users to create and print out labels. The software can be downloaded and installed at no cost to the user, and it comes in Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and English.

The software sports a simple interface designed for user-friendliness. The interface is compatible with drag and drop activities too. It is capable of outputting different types of labels, from standard ones to fold-type printouts, and users are also given control over printing settings such as the number of printouts to the orientation of the printed media. It is compatible with different types of database formats, including XLS, XLSX, CSV, TXT, MDB and ACCDB. It also supports the old iLabel format, which was ADB (the native format for the current version is IDB instead).

Users can add bar codes as well as QR codes to the labels they create. They can also edit the databases they are using as references for the labels straight from the program, for easy data input management.

iLabel2 is unavailable for Mac computers, being a strictly Windows-based application. It is compatible with both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Vista and Windows 7.

Download iLabel2 from the developer

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Download iLabel2 (external link)


File types supported by iLabel2

Our users primarily use iLabel2 to open these file types:

About file types supported by iLabel2

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Last updated: : July 15, 2014