Fricknet labels sounds fancy right? It has something that makes it catchy. Fricknet labels came to be when William Frick and his company started to manufacture high end specialty labeling and marking products. They have been in the industry for more than 2 decades so that says a lot on where they stand as a company and their products.

I checked out some of their products just to see if they are the real deal and boy, I saw a sample of their outdoor durable reflective decal and I must say they look good. They use high end materials from reputable brands like 3M to ensure that customers get their money’s worth.

They also allow custom printed labels printing to suit customer preferences. You can request a free quote if you are looking for some labels and marking products for use. Check it out!

I was fooling around with the Label control in Visual Studio and I wanted the next few words to be on the 2nd line of the Label control. \n is a newline character and I expected that adding that one to the Label’s Text property, the newline would take effect. Turns out the slash and n appears as is if you do it in Visual Studio’s property box. To have a newline working in a Label Control, you would have to do it programatically. Then your \n will work.

This may hold true with other controls. If your newline character will not work when you add it within Visual Studio’s property box, try adding it programatically. I am sure it will work.

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