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#1 Posted : 11/10/2014 11:49:12 AM(EST)
Art

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I am trying to number the OL32 labels sequentially from 1 to 154 on the first sheet and 155 to 308 on the next sheet, etc. It doesn't matter if they increase in a horizontal or vertical direction. These labels will then be placed on CDs and cross-referenced to a database so that CDs can be quickly located.

Any suggestions as to how to accomplish this? I can either use Word, Excel, Maestro or Notepad but I need a procedure.

Thanks!

Art
#2 Posted : 11/10/2014 3:03:28 PM(EST)
Josh


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Thanks for your inquiry! For a small round label like OL32 your best bet to accomplish this task will most likely be completing a mail merge within Maestro Label Designer. The guide below will walk you through all the necessary steps including creating a data list, importing it into Maestro, and then laying out your labels and printing them. You can access the guide by clicking on the link below:

http://www.onlinelabels.com/Support/Maestro/MailMerge/Mail-Merge-Guide.aspx

If you have questions about any of the procedures detailed in the mail merge guide, please feel free to contact our customer service team for assistance. You can reach them directly by calling 1-888-575-2235, or you can submit a support ticket by visiting the link below:

https://secure.onlinelabels.com/Support/SupportRequest.aspx

I hope this information helps. If you need anything else please just let us know!
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