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How To Create A Prepaid Shipping Label For FedEx

Learning how to create a prepaid shipping label for FedEx is easy. The first thing you need to do is log into your shipping software where you have the FedEx plug-in integrated, or access the FedEx online label maker through their own site. Make sure you have all the information you need on hand. It’s also a good idea to make sure you have all the packing material on hand too.

Do I Need A Special Printer Or Software To Create A FedEx Label?

No. FedEx labels can now be printed on any office-jet or laser printer using standard white paper and black ink. This is one of the best cost saving innovations that they have implemented. Years ago, most of your shipping cost went into buying specialized printers and label paper. Now, you can print and affix your label from almost any computer.

Fact Check: Did you know that ReadyShipper Shipping Software and ReadyLabels can generate FedEx labels from your inkjet or laser printer at a speed of one label per second?

Learn How To Create Prepaid Shipping Label For FedEx In 5 Steps

Here are 5 simple steps for creating a prepaid label for FedEx.

  • Step 1 – Create a shipment – Open up the FedEx program and click to create a shipment from the main menu bar. If you want to choose an outbound and return label, go under the “Prepare Shipment” shipment tab and select “Create a Shipment.” If you only want a return label click on “Create Return Shipment” under the same Prepare Shipment tab.
  • Step 2 – Fill out the required information – Enter in all the required information in the fields of the next screen. Make sure you click to save the information before you continue to the next step. If you are working from within a shipping program you may be able to import the information.
  • Step 3 – Select the shipment type and return label (if desired) – At the bottom of the screen where you fill out the required information there are two check boxes. Click on the appropriate one if you would also like to create a return label, or click on the Choose Shipping Method to progress to selecting the type of FedEx shipping you want.
  • Step 5 – Select shipping and print the label – if you progress directly to the shipping option you will be offered several choices for shipping services from FedEx.

Click on the one you want and submit the form. You will then be presented with options to pay for the shipping. Select what is appropriate, pay the cost and then you can access a printable version of the label. Finally, print the FedEx shipping label and attach it to your package.

If You Are Creating A Return Label At The Same Time

When you learn how to create a prepaid shipping label for FedEx you should also learn how to create the return label. We have already gone over the basics of how to set up for a return label only or connected return label. The only difference in the process is that when you select the check box for creating a return label the screen that opens next will be similar to the shipping information screen. Fill out the required information and then select “Shipping Options” to return to Step 5.

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