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WD2000 Labels Print Higher After First Page When You Print Multiple Label Pages

Post by Admin on Wed Nov 13, 2013 11:06 pm


Method 1: Copy and Paste First Page Labels to Other Pages
Use this method if you need more than one page of labels and before you begin to type text into your labels.

NOTE: These steps use the Avery 5366 File Folder label as an example.
On the Toolsmenu, click Envelopes and Labels.
On the Labelstab, click Options.
In the Labels Optionsdialog box, click the type of label you want to use, and then click OK.

For example, click the Avery 5366 File Folder label.
In the Envelopes and Labelsdialog box, click New Document. Word creates a new, one-page label document.
To create the additional pages of labels you need, follow these steps:
On the Tablemenu, point to Selectand click Table.
On the Editmenu, click Copy.
Move the insertion point to the last label in your label document, and then press the TAB key until a new label row appears on the next page.
On the new label page, select the new label row.
On the Editmenu, click Paste Rows.
Repeat steps c through e for each new label page that you want.





























Method 2: Adjust the Label Settings for the Second and Remaining Pages
Use this method if you already created pages of labels and are experiencing the issue described in the "Symptoms"section of this article.

NOTE: These steps use the Avery 5366 File Folder label as an example.
On the first page of labels, click inside the first label.
On the Toolsmenu, click Envelopes and Labels.
On the Labelstab, click Options.
In the Label Optionsdialog box, make sure the correct label is selected in the Product numberlist, and then click Details.
Record the values listed in both the Vertical pitchbox and the Label heightbox. Then click Cancel.

For example, in the details of the Avery 5366 File Folder label, the Vertical pitchis listed as 0.67", and the Label heightis listed as 0.5".

IMPORTANT: Write these values down because you will use them in steps 10 and 12.
Click Cancelto close the Label Optionsdialog box.
Click Cancelto close the Envelopes and Labelsdialog box.
On page 2 of your label document, select the first row of labels. Then extend the selection to include the remaining rows of labels on page 2 and the remaining pages of your label document.

NOTE: Be sure notto select the labels on page 1 of your label document.
On the Tablemenu, click Table Properties.
On the Rowtab, change the Row height isbox to Exactly, and change the Specify heightbox to the Vertical pitchvalue from step 5.

For example, change the Specify heightbox to 0.67".
On the Celltab, click Options.
In the Cell Optionsdialog box, do the following steps:
Clear the Same as whole tablecheck box.
In the Topcell margin box, type the value that is half of the difference between the Vertical pitchand the Label height. These are the values that you recorded in step 5. Round the difference value to the hundredths position. For the Avery 5366 File Folder label, type 0.08".

For example:
Vertical pitch - Label height = Difference / 2 = Top Cell margin

0.67 - 0.5 = 0.17 / 2 = 0.08

Click OKto close the Cell Optionsdialog box.
On the Celltab, click the Topvertical alignment box, and then click OKto close the Table Propertiesdialog box.
On the Filemenu, click Saveto save the changes you made to your label document.

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