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Old 12-08-2011, 12:16 PM   #1
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Any Word experts here?

I am desperately trying and failing to find the label template in Word 2007 which equates to the HP 92996 L template in Word 97.

It is a 14 label to the page 9.9cm x 3.81cm per label template.

There is a bewildering array of labels in Word 2007 but none seem to equate to this.

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Old 12-08-2011, 03:32 PM   #2
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Nope, I can't find those labels in Word 2007. If HP can't supply a Word template, you might have to make one up yourself using the custom label template - it's a little fiddly, but hardly rocket science. Good luck.

   
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Old 12-08-2011, 03:44 PM   #3
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I have Word 97 installed in a VM. I created a template for that label format I can email to you. Send me a private message with an address.
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Thanks for looking. No doubt those particular labels were discontinued years ago but Microsoft need to understand that skinflints like me may still be using them.

I try to avoid fiddly. I'm taking the easy route and asking Bob to mail me a template.

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Many thanks. Template safely received.

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Thanks for looking. No doubt those particular labels were discontinued years ago but Microsoft need to understand that skinflints like me may still be using them.

I try to avoid fiddly. I'm taking the easy route and asking Bob to mail me a template.

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I find that when I find a label template (or any template for that matter) that works for me. I save it with a new name so that I will always have it available.

   
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I find that when I find a label template (or any template for that matter) that works for me. I save it with a new name so that I will always have it available.
Good idea. I'll have to try to remember to do it in future.

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