There are 3 file types use the .LBL file extension:
1. Now Contact Label Template
An LBL file contains a label template created by Now Contact, a program used to organize contact information and day-to-day activities. It stores a template print layout for a label, which is helpful for saving a design that will be repeatedly used. Pre-loaded template options include "Avery 4010," "Avery A4 L7160," "CoStar 30251," and "Dymo Shipping 30256."
Now Contact Label Template LBL files can only be opened with Now Contact. To create an LBL file with Now Contact, select, select the "+" button in the top-right, name the template, and click . You will then be able to edit the template layout and its dimensions. Click when you're finished.
To select the template you want to print from, select, select your template from the "Template Type" dropdown menu, and click .
Updated: May 26, 2020
2. NiceLabel Template File
Label template created by NiceLabel, a program used to create professional labels such as bar codes and RFID labels; contains a default layout and design, including dimensions, formatting, text, and template fields.
LBL files are used to print many labels from a single template. When printed, they may be filled with product data from a database.
NiceLabel is available in Standard, Enterprise, and Developer versions.
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Updated: March 5, 2010
3. dBASE Label File
File used by dBASE, a program used to develop database applications over the Web; contains a formatted design used to create labels; can be used to generate a Crystal Report RPL file.
Updated: September 15, 2009