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Label report formats for Pitney Bowes AddressRight DA300

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Hello - I've got a client that has the above-named label printer; they want, among others, a format that will print directly to a 9.5x12 envelope from data in their Access application

The Access Label Wizard doesn't cover this, and all my attempts to design a custom format have been for naught.

Has anybody made this work? Willing to provide examples?

Thanks

Mark
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I did this a long long time ago :)  I think you need to set your report length to 9.5 and the width to 12, then add margins.  Isnt it under report - properties?
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