How to Print Packaging Slips Through Paypal


For the new user, Paypal and eBay could be daunting at best. If you've already sold your item and are ready to send it out, you'll want to print a packaging slip. This is your receipt, stating exactly what should be inside your package before you send it. Here's how you print it through PayPal.

Things You'll Need

  • Printer
  • Printing paper
  • PayPal account
  • Log into your PayPal Account.

  • You should automatically be brought to your "Account Summary Page." If you are not, click on the tab that says "My Account."

  • Scroll down your "Recent Activity."

  • Look for items that say "Print Shipping Label." Beside the "Print Shipping Label," you will see the status of your payment. Ignore any names that say "Pending" because you haven't been paid yet. You don't want to ship something until you have the money.

  • Find the items that say "Completed" in the "Payment Status" bar.

  • Beside the "Completed" payment status, you will see the word "Details" written in blue. Click on "Details."

  • A new screen will pop up with all the details of the item you have sold. Print this page first and keep it for your records.

  • Scroll down the page until you see a bar of options. These are all written in blue.

  • Click on the word "Packing Slip."

  • You will be brought to another page. This is your packing slip. Scroll down until you see a button that says "Print."

  • Click on the "Print" button. If you want a backup copy, then print this page twice.

  • Go back to your "My Account" page, and start over with the next item you have sold.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you have several items that you have sold, it would be a good idea to number both the "Details" page that you printed for your records and the packing slip, so that none of your items get confused and sent to the wrong address.

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