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Default in label merge, can I start at a specific label spot?

When processing a label merge to Avery 5160 labels (3x10), it always starts
at column one row one. Is there a way to have the merge begin at a different
spot. This would allow me to use the same sheet multiple times.
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Default in label merge, can I start at a specific label spot?

This can only be done by inserting the required number of "dummy" records at
the beginning of the data file to force the first real record down to the
position of the first label on the sheet.

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When processing a label merge to Avery 5160 labels (3x10), it always
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at column one row one. Is there a way to have the merge begin at a
different
spot. This would allow me to use the same sheet multiple times.



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