Bidder Labels/Paddles

Bidder labels can be used to create bidding paddles, name badges, or even mailing labels.

There are a couple of default templates available under Printing -> Word Templates when you select the Bidder Paddle document type:


Label Templates

To produce your own bidder paddle/label you will need a Word document that matches the stationery that you are going to print own.

Typically these Word documents will consist of a full page table with empty cells for each label.

For example, the Avery 15664 label template looks like:


To use this as a template, you will need to populate it with the merge codes for the bidder information you want to include.

You can refer to the existing templates on the site by clicking on Export Template and then view those in Word.

For example, a label that includes the bidder's number, their name, their access code, as well as a QR code they can scan in the mobile app looks like the following:


You would populate your blank template with the information you need, and at the end of every cell except the last one, you would include the {% next %} directive so the system knows to move on to the next bidder before continuing to generate the label content (this happens automatically at the end of the page).

For a simple name page, your labels might look like:


To add this template to Auctria, click on Upload Template and select the Word Document from your system, following the prompts to complete the process. A new row will be added to the Word Templates section.

You can now select the new template and click on Generate Document to download the labels.

If you need to iterate on the template design, you can click on the Replace link in the template row.


Bidder Paddles

If you want a large bidder paddle, you can generate this as a Word template of one page set to the size of the paddle you want.

For example, the template below might be used.


This template above, when you generate the document, will create a page per bidder.


When printing this document from Word, you can also tell Word to print two pages per sheet of paper.


Last Updated: 5/24/2019, 2:53:51 PM