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and finally.... 
It is not as bad as I had surmised. All the is happening, is that the
label printing process is generating an extra blank page between valid
pages. All labels are actually printed. Only the blank label pages have
to be extracted from the print job (and reused!);-)
On Tue, 2020-12-15 at 17:39 +0100, Harvey Nimmo wrote:
Sorry, I forgot to provide the LO version I am using:
LO Version: ID: 40(Build:2)CPU threads: 2; OS: Linux
5.3; UI render: default; VCL: gtk3; Locale: en-GB (en_GB.UTF-8); UI-
Language: en-GBCalc: threaded
And additionally, I should day that the odt label file generated
shows 13 pages in the statistics at the foot of the window, but fails
to show the blank pages, i.e. only 7 pages are shown.
On Tue, 2020-12-15 at 17:30 +0100, Harvey Nimmo wrote:
What could be going wrong here? Can anyone help?
I am trying to print a set of address labels (3x5 per page) using
LO Base connected to a remote MariaDB. The report facilities
correctly show the data I want to be printed. 
The label procedure apparently produces the label report
corresponding to selected db-records and correctly shows the number
of A4 label pages  generated (13). However, on printing them to
actual labels, every second page is blank. 
Inspection of the print file using print preview indeed shows all
even pages to be blank, and exporting the file to PDF compresses
the whole file automatically to 7 pages.
What must I do to get the labels from the even pages printed out?


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