The Template Designer allows you to create and edit layouts for the documentation produced by Linnworks. These include Invoices, Picking Lists and Packing Lists.
The Template Designer in Linnworks.net may produce slightly different results in positioning of elements when viewed in the Linnworks Desktop Template Designer. As such, we would recommend that you switch wholly from using one to using the other to avoid possible discrepancies.
c) Enter your registered email address and password for Linnworks into the fields displayed.
d) Click the Sign In button.
2. Select Settings > Template Designer.
a) In the navigation menu on the left side of the screen, click on Settings.
b) Under Settings, select Template Designer.
3. Locate the template you want to edit under the Invoice Template heading. Select Edit.
a) Locate the Invoice Template heading.
b) Find the template you wish to edit in the list to the left.
c) After locating the correct template, click on the Edit button to the right for that template.
d) This opens the Template Designer tab with the selected template loaded.
4. In the Template Designer tab, you can move or remove existing elements. Alternatively, you can add new elements.
a) Existing elements can be dragged and dropped with the mouse to move them. The border turns yellow when selected.
b) You can resizeelements by moving the mouse over the border, it will change to a double ended arrow – Horizontal or vertical to resize in that dimension.
c) If you hit the Delete key while an element is selected, that element will be removed from the template.
d) To add a new element, drag an entry from the list of Available Elements to the left, and drop it on the Template Design.
5. You can adjust the page size, orientation etc under the TemplateSettings heading.
a) To the left of the page layout, under the TemplateSettings heading are the page layout options.
b) The Page Size can be changed from a drop down box – This contains some common paper sizes and a Custom option.
c) The Orientation can be selected as Portrait or Landscape.
d) The Virtual Printer field allows you to select an output device for the document to be printed to.
6. To edit the content shown in an element, double click that element.
a) Double clicking a Labels and Variables element opens up the editor. You can set borders, change font and text colour, and use Linnworks Variables and Font Colours.
b) Double clicking an Order Items or Order Notes element opens the Edit Table window. This allows you to select which columns are shown, the order they’re displayed in and a number of other details.
c) Double clicking an Image element opens up the EditImage window. You can select the image file to display, change borders and the displayed size of the image or even set Visibility Conditions.
d) The PPI Stamp element, when double clicked, allows you to edit the settings to display a Royal Mail or TNT PPI stamp. You can add your Account Number, associate services with stamps and choose a default stamp.
e) The Shipping Label element, when double clicked, only offers the option to select if it is embedded as Landscape or Portrait.