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Creating labels Once I get to the end of the first page of labels and try to go to the next page. I've tried pressing "enter" or even "control enter" but the second page of labels will not come up.

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Hi cguardo,

What that means is your data labels extend page the first page, you need to either resize your font, or delete a line or two until the second page disappears.

Good Luck

Mark

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