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Old 03-20-2007, 09:43 AM   #1
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1. how to set labels bottom margin? 2. how to set all labels to be right to left typi


1. how to set labels bottom margin? 2. how to set all labels to be right to left typing? 3, 4 followed

very frustrated.
my labels paper sheet are:
A4
105X35 mili each label
2 columns
8 rows

1. there is no bottom margin that should be like the upper.
how do i set bottom margin?
***link
***link

2. how do i set all of the page labels to be right to left writing formating?. i use right to left language.

3. how can i make one file with many many pages of labels template?

4. how can i fill the labels template with text for each one the is separated by two enters? meaning the there is one empty sentence and then another text for label.

5. i want that when the text pasted the text will adjust itself the the label space? how can i be sure that when i do step 4 the text will not exceed the label space?
 
  


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