**FINAL UPDATE** Here’s the last update on the shipping label printing issue. We have rolled out a fix to address Internet Explorer browser issues and now consider this issue to be resolved.
As we mentioned in previous updates, your seller performance metrics will not be impacted; eBay will remove any late shipments or tracking upload requirements associated with this issue.
If you attempted to print labels, were unsuccessful, and still have labels you need to void, eBay will void them for you. No action needed on your part; the void refund will be automatic over the next 2-4 weeks.
As always, if you have questions, you can reach out to Customer Service. We appreciate your patience and thank you for selling on eBay.
**6/19 Update** Here’s the latest news on the labels printing issue related to Microsoft’s patch on Friday. On Saturday, June 17, we rolled out a fix that helped more users print labels correctly. However, we also heard that some were still experiencing issues.
To improve the overall experience for as many sellers as possible, we have reverted back to the original experience for single labels.
Some important points you should know about this experience:
Both bulk label printing and printing a shipping label from the eBay app have not been affected by this issue. You can always purchase a label within the app, save it as a PDF and email it to yourself. Then print from your email.
Reminder: your seller performance metrics will not be impacted and we will remove any late shipments or tracking upload requirements for affected transactions.
In the meantime, our engineers are working to resolve this issue for Internet Explorer browsers. Thank you for your patience
**6/17 Update** We have rolled out a fix to all sellers to address the label printing issues on the eBay labels platform resulting from the Microsoft patch.
You may notice some changes within the printing process. The fix requires the label to be printed as a PDF instead of an image file. When you print a new shipping label, you will see a PDF preview of the label on the Print Postage Label confirmation page instead of an image preview.
For the vast majority of users, this PDF solution works without issues. However, Firefox users with the built-in PDF viewer may still face formatting issues with printed labels. eBay recommends these users install Adobe Reader and change Firefox settings to use Adobe Reader to view PDFs in the browser (see Mozilla support article for more details).
If you attempted to print labels and faced an issue, you should not attempt to reprint those labels. Instead, please void the original labels and print new labels.
As we mentioned, eBay will ensure this issue will not impact your seller performance metrics by removing late shipments and removing the tracking upload requirements for any impacted transactions.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact Customer Service.
Starting on June 16, some sellers began experiencing issues when attempting to print shipping labels from the eBay labels platform. The issue stems from a Microsoft Windows patch that rolled out earlier today and only impacts PC users who installed the patch.
We are working to resolve the issue quickly.
In the meantime, please try these workarounds:
Rest assured eBay will ensure this issue will not impact your seller performance metrics. We will also void and refund any labels that were purchased but could not be printed. You do not need to take any action; these adjustments will happen automatically (though it will take a couple of weeks).
We recognize this is a frustrating situation and we are working to get it resolved as soon as possible. We will update this post as we have more information until the issue has been resolved. You can also check the System Status page for updates.