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Very simple name tag database. I cannot get the label to print to just 1 page. My label size is 30256, printing to a Dymo labelwrite 400.  As you will probably see by the page preview, it always wants to print to 2 pages, even though there is nothing on the second page. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
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Typically this happens if the left/right margins exceed the page width ... eg 0.6 L/R margins and the width is 7.5 ... on an 8.5 x 11 page.

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