At 15:10 18/12/2013 -0800, John R. Sowden wrote:
I do not know what ya'all mean by 'table' ...
Have you looked at the help text? Do you see that menu labelled
"Table"? That's all about tables. Table | Insert > | Table...
inserts a table. Try it and see how it works.
So having a command that would take the label that you just created
and populate the other label locations on the sheet seemed to be the
next step, and I could not find the option.
If you are using a table, see previous advice. If not, I don't
imagine anyone can help you whilst you keep secret exactly what you are doing.
Problem: In label design, the text and the drawing are separate objects, ...
The *drawing*?! Why did no-one mention drawings in their
answers? Oh, perhaps because you kept them a secret too?
... so selecting the top left label by highlighting the upper left
to lower right the, rt cl copy, put cursor in upper right box, upper
right corner, put the lower half of my original label (drawing only,
no text) below the original and nothing in the upper right box.
This behaviour appears to depend on how your graphic is
anchored. Try anchoring As Character to achieve what you need easily.
It just seems that a "populate other empty labels on this sheet with
original" would make sense.
With tables, it's probably too simple for there to be a special
command. See previous advice.
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