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Printing Labels from a Report in Microsoft Access 2007

Hello,

I have a MS Access DB that creates several reports.  The reports are mostly addresses that are to be used as a mailing list.  There are 2 buttons on a form that give you the option of printing to an envelope or printing to a label.  

I've adjusted the margins and column size on the reports that handle the envelope mailing list, however, I can't seem to adjust the margins and/or column size to allow printing to a stream of labels.

I don't know what brand of labels I'm using (no way of finding out).  But the length is 4 inches and height is appox 1.4 inches.  There is one column of 8 labels on each page.  (The page of labels is slightly longer than an 8.5x11" piece of paper).

Help needed urgently please!
Thanks
Microsoft AccessPrinters and ScannersMicrosoft Office

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Jeffrey Coachman

8/22/2022 - Mon
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I'm not sure.  It might be.  I don't have access to the box that they came in.
I think I need more of a hack for this solution.  To kind of force the printing into those dimensions.
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