Labeljoy enables you to create sets of labels called Groups.

Groups are independent from each other and only share the page layout.
Groups are made up of a specific number of labels which can be linked to independent data sources.

Even though the concept of group of labels offers great flexibility, in the majority of the cases Labeljoy is used to work with a single group per job.
The main idea here is to give a complete description of the working concept logic.

The design is independent for each group, with the exception of the page layout which is shared. Therefore, if you decide to create a group made up of some text and a barcode, you can then add a second group made up of a graphic object and two barcodes.
The two groups will be part of the same job and will be printed together.

A set of groups is considered a Job and is saved in a file with extension .lpa to be used again whenever needed.

The model used by Labeljoy: