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After entering data & designing label, print preview is blank.

I have used MML for Windows XP for years. At my suggestion, my friend with Vista downloaded the latest version. She has entered data, set up her mailing label format but when she chooses Print Preview, the labels are blank. Can someone solve this before she gives up? It's almost Christmas card time!
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check your printers settings, there is also an updated version available I think

Posted on Jul 21, 2007

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Easy Label Printer is a simple program for printing addresses on to sheets of labels, and the only one, as far as I know, to print addresses directly from the Windows Address Book (XP) or Windows Contacts (Vista).

Here is the link

http://www.tucows.com/preview/370301


At that page, Simply click on the "DOWNLOAD NOW" button, and when asked to save or open, SELECT & Click on "OPEN"


After the download finishes it will ask you to confirm opening, so click OPEN.

The Label program will begin installing.


After installing find the program in your programs listing menu and start it up.

If you need help with the program itself click on the menu item "HELP".


I hope this helps, if it does please consider giving me a good rating as this is the first "HELP" that I have answered here :-)

& Good Luck!

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