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Labels: How do you turn on guide lines so you can clearly

Customer Question

Labels:
How do you turn on guide lines so you can clearly seen label size?

How do you move from label to label
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 5 years ago.
My Name is Andrew, I will be helping you toady. If I provide good service, you may ask for The-PC-Guy in your question title for your future needs.

Try
1. goto "mailings" tab
2. click "labels"
3. in "labels window" click options
4. choose vender and product number matching the label # on your box for example Avery 8160

5. click "ok"
6. click "new document"
7. a new document will open up, the blue lines show you the borders of the labels


to move from lable to label you can click in any label box, or use the arrow keys
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 4 years ago.
If the answer I provided you was successful

PLEASE ACCEPT MY ANSWER

if it was not, I would like to continue to work with you
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 4 years ago.
1. goto "mailings" tab
2. click "labels"
3. in "labels window" click options
4. choose vendor and product number matching the label # on your box for example Avery 8160

5. click "ok"
6. click "new document"
7. a new document will open up, the blue lines show you the borders of the labels

I like to keep a record of my successful solutions:

PLEASE ACCEPT MY ANSWER SO I KNOW THAT MY SOLUTION WAS SUCESSFUL

if it wasn't I would be more than happy to continue to work with you
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 4 years ago.
PLEASE ACCEPT MY ANSWER SO I KNOW THAT MY SOLUTION WAS SUCESSFUL
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Very disappointed. There is no mention of the fact that it takes two weeks to get a reply and by then the info is no longer needed or relevant. not satisfactory.
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 4 years ago.
the reply took 2 days, sometimes there aren't experts available.

your dissapointment is not my fault. I am not an employee of JustAnswer, please do not take out your frustrations on me, I am a freelancer.

You are the one that was not checking the original answer that was provided for 2 weeks. This matter has been referred to customer service, if you have any more problems you can take it up with them

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Actually, I checked the website and I submitted the request on 12/7/2011.
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 4 years ago.
im not arguing semantecs with you. The point is that your dissapointment is not my fault.