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How tp print an all black label

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I need to print a label to cover another label, anyone know how I can do that, when I just type loads of text it just goes smaller, I need to completely fill the label.
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  • applianceuni Feb 08, 2009

    that may affect the adhesive I fear :)

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Put one in a 170 degrees oven.

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