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I cannot set the margin in a label report lower then 0.573" therefore preventing the last three labels across the bottom from being used.  

I'm using the standard label size of 2-5/8" x 1"  3 columns x 10 rows.  Any suggestions?  Is it simply the format I used when creating the report using the wizard?

Thanks in advance.

 
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This is usually caused by the printer driver having minimum unprintable areas set in the driver.  What printer and driver are you using?
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That's what it probably was.  I was hoping to find a way to fix the problem though.  I haven't found anything yet.

Did you know how to change this value?  

If not, I'm going to award you the points anyway, since you were the only one that responded and did answer the question.
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As far as I know, the driver author sets those values to match the hardware.  I don't think you can change them.
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