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On 10/31/2015 10:49 AM, Emil Payne wrote:

On 10/31/2015 07:57 AM, Regina Henschel wrote:
Hi Daniel,

Daniel schrieb:
Just enquiring, can one instead of writing 4 business cards on one page,
(where they are all the same), creating each one differently but on the
same page?


You can use File > New > Label. That wizard has the ability to insert fields from a database. You can look through the list, whether a predefined size and layout exists, but it is likely, that you need to define your own card size and page layout manually. Don't worry, it is easy to do.

Kind regards

Another possibility, if you are using linux, is glabels. I use it for spice jar labels and have many different labels on one sheet.

For something like this, I tend to use a business card template. Places like, who sell the card stock, tend to have the templates for the products they sell.

Using a template, you can fill in all 10 card locations with whatever you like.

For me this is the easiest way to do what you want.

Here is the link to Avery's blank business card templates in Word format. They buried where you find the templates, since I last look for them.|1&Rpp=10&N=4294963735+4294965751 <>

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