Printing address labels in Access is challenging

If you have Microsoft Access , you will be able to print labels no problem..maybe. The reason I say that is that some labels have no margins on the right or left. Some of our customers still have the Maco M-5363 that are discontinued. If you try to create a report in MS Access for this label layout, you’ll find that your minimum page margins are controlled by your printer. If your printer can’t print full bleed, then you’ll have to experiment around the report layout, and adjust your labels according to your printers margins. If your printer does print full bleed, all the way out to the edge of an 8.5 x 11 page, then you should be able to use the layout I created in Access unmodified. Here is the sample database in Access 2007 format:
http://www.macolabels.com/templates/Database1.accdb

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