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How do you format lables to print properly on the richo e7000?

Trying to print out little 2 5/8 lables, and it cuts them off. How do I fix?

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Printing labels is a pain! It is much easier to print using an A4 sheet with (say) 7 rows of 4 labels on.
I suggest you use the Ricoh support site
http://www.ricoh-support.com/Enduser/support/

Posted on May 08, 2014

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