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, "Joe Miller" <mcdogfood@a...> wrote:
> I've been using NoteTab for ages and really love it, but just
> get into writing Clips, hence joining this list.
> I was wondering if anyone had ever used it to print out sticky labels
> Avery type). I often use them for producing address labels, and it's
> only thing I ever use Word for.
As long as the labels are in a single column, you can do it easily in
Notetab. Just create a template clip, that has the same spacing as the
If you use sheets with multiple columns, you'll have to fake NoteTab
out into thinking its doing a normal page. Use tab size as wide as your
columns. For example, if you use four columns, set tabs to 8" / 4 = 2".
Then put your data into four arrays, one per column. And procede as
with one column.
Output to a text file, which you can later print, using something like:
etc, for as many lines you have.