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Old 03-22-2012, 09:27 PM
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Default OpenOffice label question.

I am so bad at figuring these programs out;

I need to print address/return address labels. Is there a way to duplicate a line of text in the label to have it appear in all of the cells without me having to copy to each cell manually?

For example, the first line of text in the cell; I want to read as "Resident". How do I duplicate that in all cells?

I can't ever seem to find the correct tutorials on the OO forums...

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In linux land I use glabels to print all my labels. I use avery labels and things work out ok. For envelopes I do use libreoffice but it seems no matter what you use its quite difficult to get it right. I think you just have to spend a bit of time with openoffice or whatever to get the envelope right. I would agree that its a bit of a pain.
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Old 03-23-2012, 01:56 AM
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I will check out glabels.

Does it print them all correctly? I have been having an issue with OO cutting the address off the last row, even though the font is sized small enough.
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