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OOo: Making life with labels a little easier

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Labels don't always match up perfectly, especially those little return address labels. What can you do, besides prayer and fasting, and wasting labels?

I try to just give the labels some room to make mistakes without screwing up my text, by putting some space around the label text. It's nothing all that complicated, but I hate to think of dealing with labels without it.

First, you make your labels. Do whatever you need to do, but on the Options tab, select Synchronize contents. Then click New Document to create the label sheet.

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