The ASN feature allows you to assign a unique serial number to each document in your archive. This is useful if you want to refer to a document in a paperless workflow. For example, you can print the ASN on a document and then use it to search for the document in Paperless-ngx.
This tool generates QR code labels for the ASN feature. You can generate labels for up to 189 documents at once. The labels are formatted to fit on Avery L4731REV-25 labels.
To use this tool, enter the start number, prefix, and number of leading zeros. Then click the "Regenerate Labels" button. The labels will be generated and displayed below. You can then print the labels by clicking the "Print Labels" button.
One known limitation of this tool is that it
only works on Google Chrome and possibly Firefox.
This is because it uses the
CSS rule to control the page size, margin, and to turn off the default
header and footer of the browser.