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I used a Quick report and detail band to make a label format, 16 label in each paper. But now, I want to select the starting label by myself, that means I dont want each time the label start from label 1, I can select the starting label from any one of label in the report, can u teach me how?

thank you!
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ZifNab earned 50 total points
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Skymouse,

What about, counting the times you are going to print the label?
Do this in the BeforePrint event... From the moment the counting is at the label you want to start set PrintBand to true otherwise set it to false.

Regards, ZiF.
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by:skymouse
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Can you tell me more infomation about how to do it?
I tried to do it, but dont know how to do it....
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Ok, send me the source you've got so far. Regards, Zif.
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by:skymouse
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Can u tell me your Email address?
mine is skymouse@cheerful.com :D

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Ok, here it is Tom.Deprez@uz.kuleuven.ac.be
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Hi skymouse, was it what you've expected it would be?
The printband doesn't worked like I thought it would do. Setting printband to false just excluded this address from the list. But the following address would be printed on the same place as the excluded one... (so no start from 3th label,...)
If it's not what you wanted, just explain it me a little bit more. Regards, ZiF.
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