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On 2/6/16 1:16 PM, Ken Springer wrote:
Printing is off the mark vertically by about an eighth of an inch
vertically, lower on the page than correct.

Labels print fine on Avery 8160.

No adjustments of any kind to the template was made.


Downloaded and tried 5.0.4.  Believe it or not, things are even worse.

Three quarters of the text on each label is now bold. Nothing was bold in the document I created in

Now, maybe there's a way to select all the text in all the labels at one time to change everything to bold or bold off, but I can't find it. So at the moment, I'm changing the attributes one label at a time. CMD-A, CMD-B, spinning beach ball. Repeat next label. Same result. Each and every time.

Exporting as PDF via LO has the same result, labels are off vertically. Saving as a PDF from Apple's print dialogue, same result, labels are off vertically.

I started with LO 3.x.x., labels didn't work then either. I know not what the problem is with the coding, but by now all the kinks should have been worked out. The labels certainly haven't changed.

I just tried it in 5.0.4 Windows 7.  Same results.

This is why I no longer recommend LO to anyone, and use it only minimally.

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