Custom Label report confusion


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Guest

I'm using the Label Wizard in Access 2003 to generate address labels to be
sent out on renewal notices. I'm stuck with using an Avery 4030 label which
is two columns wide (3.5 wide X .94 tall) and continuous feed. I'm specifying
"Accross, then Down." When the wizard completes, and I run the report, I get
the "Some Data may not be displayed..." message and then I get a page with
one label followed by a blank page, followed by a page with one label, etc.
If I reduce the width of my label to say 3.25" instead of 3.5" I can
eliminate the error message, but still get one label on every other page.
What should I be looking at to solve this problem? Thanks,
 
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Guest

I've been poking around the other posts having to do with labels. I've got
the page setup to use the proper printer rather than the default printer, but
this hasn't fixed the problem. Any ideas? thanks,
 
G

Guest

The printer is an Epson LX-810. I have specified it as the default printer.
When I get to the end of the wizard, the wizard informs me that the printer
"doesn't support user defined paper sizes." I don't physically have the
printer, but the product information guide at Epson.com indicates support for
continuous paper 4-10" wide!
 
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Michael J. Strickland

Stevewoo said:
I'm using the Label Wizard in Access 2003 to generate address labels to be
sent out on renewal notices. I'm stuck with using an Avery 4030 label
which
is two columns wide (3.5 wide X .94 tall) and continuous feed. I'm
specifying
"Accross, then Down." When the wizard completes, and I run the report, I
get
the "Some Data may not be displayed..." message and then I get a page with
one label followed by a blank page, followed by a page with one label,
etc.
If I reduce the width of my label to say 3.25" instead of 3.5" I can
eliminate the error message, but still get one label on every other page.
What should I be looking at to solve this problem? Thanks,


Try using the sheet fed instead of continuous option when you make your
labels.
I could not get the continuous labels to work - they kept inserting an
unchangeable bottom margin (10") which causes only one label to print per
page.

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