Question about printing QSL labels 3-wide
On 7/25/2020 4:35 AM, Komkit Listisard via groups.io wrote:
Kit, the counter works on a row-by-row basis, not
column-by-column. Thus, label number 1 is the first position in
the first row, label number 4 is the first position in the second
row, and so on. The organization is from left to right within
each row, and then from top row to the bottom row. Assuming that
there are 30 labels on a page, three columns wide and ten rows
long, the label on the lower left corner of the page is number 28.
The label counter works just fine. But now that there are spaces within the label sheet, you'll have to use them up one or two at a time until you're back to a continuous block of labels. Thus, to print on the first available labels on the page, select only two of the labels in the print queue. Then direct the program to skip the first four labels. To print on the next label, select only one label from the print list and skip eight. That should bring you to a solid block of labels. Tell the program to skip the first ten label positions and you're good to go.
73, Jim W9FI
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The counter works great! You count from left to right. Top left 1, top middle, 2, top right 3, and so on.
I have used both two and three column labels and you may have to play with the offsets on the label set-up page to get them to look like you want them to.
73......de Goose, W8AV
On Jul 25, 2020 7:35 AM, "Komkit Listisard via groups.io" <w3kit@...> wrote: