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M/s Works 8.5 labels printing blank fields

Running Works 8.5 ( on Vista). On labels and mail merge all set up and working EXCEPT that the Blank fields are also printing on the labels.

How do I stop printing the blanf fields???

This didn't happen on an earlier version of Works
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When you choose print there is a Mail Merge option that says "Don't print lines with empty fields" (company name, address line 2, etc.). check this box before sending to printer

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