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Note: please delimit replys other than yours so that we can tell who
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On 12/15/2012 04:13 AM, ptoye wrote:
Thanks No-op and Don for the advice.

I wasn't 100% plain in stating the problem. All too easy when you know what
you're talking about!

Firstly, being English I need A4-size rather than 8 by 11 inch page size,

That is why I pointed you to the A4 template size page. The .ott is
L7163 compatible. Note: I see that it uses frames rather than tables, so
my comment regarding tables was incorrect. Apologies.
Also see:
"A collection label templates for Writer in a4 paper format for Europe
and Asia has also been released."

The easiest way to test is to put borders on the frames & then print a
sample. Hold the sample up to a L7163 label sheet & see if they match.
This is the way I check all my templates (frame or table) before
committing to a label sheet print. Click on the outline of the first
frame, when selected right-click and select 'Frame', then Borders.
Select the outline border (all four sides) & print.

and as far as I can see World Label only do US sizes (so why do they call
themselves Word Label, then, or are the international sizes well buried on
their web site?).

They have recently had their website redone. My guess is that they've
missed the A4 label section, as they do have a product code for the
labels: WL-SG4663.
"Do not see the label size you need?

We have hundreds of sizes not listed here and if we dont have it, we can
custom manufacture labels for you. If you need samples to test, please
complete our sample request form."

That said, the shipping + label sheets might end up costing more than
buying local Avery.

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