Finale will print labels for the individual pieces of product used in a show. Finale supports several formats, all available from the "File > Print labels..." menu.
When pulling product for a show from storage or when unpacking cases of shells into groups of pieces for each launch position, you can simply peel off the labels in order and affix them to the shells. Then when dropping the shells into mortars at the launch position, you can look at the label and wire the shell to the firing system module or slat according to the instructions on the label.
If you are pulling individual pieces from storage, you can use the labels themselves as a pull sheet. Otherwise, if you are pulling cases from storage and sorting out the pieces in the field, you can print out and use a separate pull sheet report oriented for cases, and later use the labels at the shoot site. The labels contain the information for pulling shells and for wiring them to the firing system, so you can use them either way.
The label files below illustrate three different formats supported by Finale for different label sizes. Two of the formats are for Letter size paper common in the United States. The third is for A4 size paper common in the UK. The A4 size format and one of the Letter size formats are 1" high labels, printed in three columns to the page. For these formats, each label contains all of the information relevant to pulling and dropping the shell that it corresponds to.
The second Letter size format is for 1/2" high labels. These labels are printed in top/bottom pairs, with the top label containing the information for identifying and locating the shell in storage, and the bottom label containing the information for fusing and dropping the shell. When pulling the shells from storage or when unpacking cases of shells into groups of pieces for each launch position, you can leave the top labels on the page, and affix only the bottom labels to the shells. Since the bottom labels don't need as much information, they can be smaller, which yields more labels per page and is also a matter of personal preference for some.
Labels are sorted first by storage location (e.g., facility and magazine), and second by launch position. After that, ties are resolved by effect name, then module/slat address and then pin number. Thus in common circumstances someone pulling product for a show will not need to run between magazines, and can fill a box for one launch position before moving on to the next. If you are importing inventory into Finale without specifying storage location, the labels simply become sorted starting with launch position, which is convenient for setting up the show at the shoot site.