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Hi Jerry,

Libre User schrieb:
I have recently upgraded to LibreOffice 3.6.4 and can't find my custom
labels.  Using the LO 3.2 family I have been creating labels for museum
exhibits.  From a museum supplied spreadsheet with the necessary fields,
I used an LO Base query sheet and then used "Insert Labels".  I created
a custom label by modifying a standard Avery letter sized label format
and saved it under a unique name.  Populating the label fields from the
query sheet format, I then could create the finished the label using the
mail merge function.

The definition of the labels itself (how many columns and rows, width and height ...) is stored in the file registrymodifications.xcu in the user folder. It is a textfile. The definitions are in an item with "path" / Search for "Manufacturer" in that file.

If the database is not visible, you need to register it. Use Tools > Options > LibreOffice Base > Databases > New. It does not make a new database but only a new registration. Browse to the odb file, which belongs to your database. It should be in the database folder in the user directory.

It is not clear, what versions do you really use. Neither LO 3.2 nor LO 3.6.4 exists. It might by, that you have not done an upgrade but a parallel installation and the old user folder still exists.

Kind regards

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