Disk Labels

Along with the PDF certificate KillDisk allows you to print Disk Labels to place on erased disks with its Print Label features. Disk Labels with process results and essential disk information could be issued for any disk processing (such as Disk Erase, Disk Wipe, Disk Examine or ). These labels may be completely customizable to print on any sized sheet with any dimension. Simply specify the parameters and KillDisk will prepare the printable labels for you.

Accessing the Print Labels Option

Upon the completion of a major KillDisk operation you will see a report dialog. In the list of completed tasks you will see the Print Labels button. Click it to enter the Print Label Dialog.

Figure 1: Opening Print Label Dialog

Print Label Dialog

This dialog allows you to configure the labels and prepare them for printing. The top of the dialog shows a list of the drives that will have labels generated for them. At any point in the operation a sample of the label is shown in the Preview window on the left side. The right side of the dialog has the styling and template configuration options.

Figure 2: Print Label Dialog
Figure 3: Print Label Dialog for Batch

Page template options

The print label dialog gives you an access to a number of predefined standard presets and custom templates you may create. These templates may be easily selected without opening any additional dialogs. All the details of the selected template will be displayed below the selection box

Print Start Position

The print start position section of the dialogue allows you to select what label on the page start printing from. The labels won't always start from the 1x1 position so you can adjust this setting accordingly

Print Preview and Printing

Once all the settings are configured you may see the Print Preview by clicking the Continue button. The Preview displays what the print is going to look like and from here the print job can be sent to a printer that is configured in the system

Skip Print Preview
Disable system Print Preview dialog and print labels immediately
Figure 4: Example of Print Preview