I use a Zebra printer and using an image of the CN22 results in a badly dithered printout that is hard to read.
We really could do with a proper template for this that will go onto a 6x4 Zebra printer label.
Use S7 integrated paper and you have room to put the CN22 label at the bottom of the RM label automatically when needed.
Not perfect but design the CN22 in the template manager, that's what we ended up doing. The font is Helvetica and is easily downloaded online, the rest of it is just boxes, with and without outlines. Doesn't help with it printing automatically but looks a damn sight better than simply pasting an image in.
The option to print a CN22 label for Royal Mail services has recently been added to Linnworks.net. To enable it you can go to Shipping - Integrations - Services and click Edit on a service. There you can enable the CN22 option for that service, which will for international services outside the EU. When ticked a CN22 form will printed directly after the shipping label. This works for both integrated invoices and as 6×4 labels.
Thanks for your reply, can I ask what intergration you're using for Royal Mail? We have the OBA installed on .net and I don't seem to have the same options window as yourself, sadly I don't appear to have the option to print a CN22 either.
The example was actually taken from your own OBA integration, let me illustrate it with more explicit instructions.
Thanks for clarifying, I misunderstood your original messas and was looking at the service providers settings not the individual services.
Managed to get the new CN22 up and running, just a few questions if you have time.
Any help getting this sorted would be much appreciated.
Just set this up and did a test, an order which we going to Australia generated the cn22 form
but an order which we had going to jersey - going as a standard 48 parcel did not generate the cn22 form - the option for that service was turned on to do the cn22 form.