Zebra Setup Utilities -- Downloading Graphics to a Printer

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This procedure describes using the Zebra Setup Utility (ZSU) to convert and download a graphic to a Zebra Printer

Applies to

Zebra Printers (Excludes: ZQ110, EM220, EM220II) 
Zebra Setup Utility


A graphic must be converted and downloaded to the printer before it can be printed on a label. The Zebra Setup Utility can be used to convert and download graphics to be stored on a Zebra printer to be recalled later to be printed on a label.  The functionality built into the Zebra Setup Utility is the same as Zebra Designer.  For full details on downloading fonts and graphics see the ZebraDesigner Guide  Read More>>.


Open the Zebra Setup Utility, select your printer and choose - Download Fonts and Graphics:

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From the Memory Card Slot drop down list choose the memory device on the printer where you want to store the font.  The default is flash memory.

The other options are DRAM, Memory Card, & Compact Flash.  

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Next you will need to create a memory card configuration file.   Select New Icon:

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You now have the option to create a new file or choose an existing one from you local hard drive. In this example I created a card called graphic.

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After clicking Save, you will prompted to set the Card size.  The card size should be large enough to store the file. You can also provide a description (optional).

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You now can add the graphic.  Select Pictures - Add, then browse to the file on your PC.  After selecting Open you can download the graphic to the selected printer.

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When finished the graphic will be listed in Pictures:

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