How do make a mail merge of raffle tickets with consecutive numbers

I have a mail merge document of tickets for a fund raiser which uses an excel spreadsheet as the source of the ticket numbers.  Every ticket after the first one has the <<Next Record>> attribute.  The first sheet of tickets prints out fine going from 500 to 507 but then the next sheet instead of starting at 508 starts at 502.  Each sheet after that is starts one number after the first ticket of the last sheet.  I've attached the Word document and Excel spreadsheet.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Lottery-Tickets-2.doc
LotteryDataSource.xls
leskellyAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
It seems to work OK for me.

If you are describing what happens in Preview mode, you should keep in mind that there is a small bug that produces that effect. The next page labels start at the second label of the previous page.

When actually executing the merge it should work correctly.

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leskellyAuthor Commented:
Hello Graham,

You are correct I was just looking at the preview results.  Thanks very much for your assistance.
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