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Lables do not work

We have run thousands of labels in our OKI 24 pin printer but the setup does not work with Office 2007 when we do the mail merge. It cuts off the top address, and when it gets to the next page it scrolls up a page and cuts off the next first label also moves them down. The labels we are using are fanfold with 3 across and 8 down.

I have done a custom Label: continuous feed with these settings which is the way I had it set in Office 2003.
0 1.44
0 3.5
1.5 3
3.6 8

I would appreciate help in getting this solved.

Carol Land

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Re: Lables do not work

Dear Carol this sounds like a page setup problem more than MS word version problem. You might like to re adjust the page size, dimensions and text to rectify this problem. You can also try emulate same dimensions from your older verion of MS word into new one. There are alot of things that are not compatible with new MS word like file extension .docx cannot be opened in previous versions.

You can also use image editing softwares like photoshop and corel draw for making labels, way better than MS word.

If this was helpful kindly press solved.

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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