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YES, you have conflict with other program installed. Reinstall will not solve the problem, great solution is upgrade your Microsoft Office from 2007 to 2010 and surely you can print all the document once it is change to new office 2010.
Go 'Lists' and then open 'Templates', double click on the product invoice and make sure the invoice is 'Active'. Qbooks saves printer settings for each feature, regardless of which is set as 'default' in Windows...be sure you have the correct printer selected. If the above are set correctly, go to HP's website and download the latest driver for your printer.
Go to tools and goto the print labels and start a new label. It will ask you to creat one or merge from a data base and at that point you can create your own. Save it and then you will use Data merge to merge it back into the document.
I ask you to do it this way, since you will ultimately use it in this capacity.
Create a mail merge label with the Address Book
On the File menu, click New.
In the Works Task Launcher, click Templates.
In the Letters and Labels category, click Mailing labels.
Click Use this style.
In the Labels dialog box, click Mailing labels.
The Label Settings dialog box appears.
Under Printer Information, click the option for the printer you are using.
Under Label Information, select the label product and style.
If you're seeing 30 of the same label, try adding <<Next Record>> to the beginning of each label (including the < > characters as shown). If you need more help please simply reply to this by posting comments, and I'll be notifited right much faster than happening across a request for help by chance; the system will send me an e-mail to make me aware of your comments.
If you follow the Mail Merge instructions built into Microsoft Word's Mail Merge Wizard, you can use your Excel file as the data source for your Mail Merge document, which can be created using label templates built into Word or downloaded from the label manufacturer's website. If you need more detailed instructions, please let us know what version of Microsoft Office you're using, as well as the Operating System (PC or Mac, Windows '98, XP, Vista, Leopard, etc.) and the label manufacturer and label name and product number. Please let us know if you need more help.