Printing Specimen labels for MVZ

Suppose you want to print a bunch of labels to go along with your specimens in MVZ. Then, depending on your collection, you'll want to use "MVZ narrow labels" or "MVZ wide labels" from the specimen results page.
Then you'll face a page looking like this.
Now is the time to see if your labels are fine as is. Click on "Generate the PDF". On the next page, click "Get the PDF". Then the PDF with your labels will be downloaded. Open it up (if it isn't already opened) and see if it is ready for printing.As seen in this example, the geography is too long for catalog numbers 200045 and 200046, so they need to be modified. In this case, we want to change "Campground" to "Cmpgnd" for catalog numbers 200045-20046, but none of the others.

In this case, we need to use the Geography Modifiers.
Click the "Add new geography modifier" button. This will add a line containing three text inputs and one button. Find is what it looks for. Replace is what it replaces it with. Scope is which labels to affect. The button deletes the modifier.

I also put in the scope input "200045-200046".Then hit "Generate the PDF" and "Get the PDF" and see if your problems are solved.Hoorah! Notice how the other ones geographies were not changed.

In some cases, the parts list is too long. In that case, you need to use the Parts Matrix. If you need to use the Parts Matrix, then you can deselect a checkbox which will make the specimen of that row not have the part of that column.
In this case, Mammal 200040 will not have the "whole animal (alcohol)" part appear in its parts list when you next "Generate the PDF" and "Get the PDF". Additionally, one can hit "Select All" or "Deselect All" to change whether that part appears for all of the specimens, and this will simply check of uncheck all of the boxes in that column.

I hope this gives you an idea on how to use it.