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On 26-05-12 05:05, Don Myers wrote:
Hi Joep,

The standard label formats included with LibreOffice and OpenOffice are
the same type as Microsoft uses with fixed blocks. These tend to not to
be accurate if the card/label is relatively full as you get toward the
bottom of the page, even in Microsoft. There are also table style
templates available (or at least used to be available) as an extension
for OpenOffice. I have found them very easy to adjust, and they print
perfectly for both business cards and labels for me. They are available at: or probably as
an extension for OpenOffice.

Thanks for the information. I'll look into it. However, I think it's an omission - or an oversight - of the developers to not give the opportunity to adjust the dimensions of a once made buseness-card template.

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