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Microsoft Word 2010 and Avery Labels problem

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Every time I try and create an Avery Label, (doesn't mater which one or size) and I save the document, it kicks the last row of labels to the 2nd page.  I have tried changing page margins and everything.  Any Ideas???
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by:Rgonzo1971
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HI,

Which Avery are you using Avery ZweckForm or Avery A4/A5 or Avery US Letter

If your paper size is US Then  only use Avery US Letter

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Yes, using Avery US Letter
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Hi

What is the size of the document : PageLayout / Size :?

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8.5 x 11
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HI,

Which product number are you using?
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5960, but it does it for other sizes also
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Hi,

I would say it's a bug, when you select 5960 then go to details reduce the top Margin to the half Click Ok it creates a custom Label Definition You can now change the label Name by New Label

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even changing the top margin, it still does it.
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HI,

Could you send a sample?

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Here is a sample file
Test-Label.docx
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Hi,

pls try

go to Insert / Header / Edit Header

then Close Header and Footer

Then you can change the Top margin

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by:Stacy Brown
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When you save the labels are you saving in .docx format or .doc?  Your screenshot shows that you have Word 2010, but the document you attached is a .doc instead of a .docx.
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not sure why the headers & footers are messing them up, but after changing them to 0, all is well!

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