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Is it possible to make a custom size label in Microsoft Publisher 2000 if the size you need is not listed?
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I'm not sure if this option is in publisher 2000
but goto File->Page Setup->Publication Type

If you see a label option there select it then click custom label button(if there is any)

If there is none in the list of publication types select custom, resize the size option to the size of one label, Then click on copies per sheet(if there is any)

Hope this helps
Adecold
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