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I'm doing a mail merge. 2 labels per 8.5x11

I'm doing a mail merge. 2 labels per 8.5x11 sheet. How do I get the "Next Record" to work?

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Here is a link to MS tutorial on mail merge for your product


http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/ha010349201033.aspx

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