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Default How do I move fields in a label so name is before company?

I want a label that is basically like this:

Title, First name last name
Position
Company name
Street address
Suburb
State, Post Code.

But I can't seem to change it from:

Company name
Title, first name last name
etc.

How do I move 'company name' down?
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I assume that you are using the AddressBlock. Instead of doing that, insert
the individual merge fields in the configuration that YOU want them.

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I want a label that is basically like this:

Title, First name last name
Position
Company name
Street address
Suburb
State, Post Code.

But I can't seem to change it from:

Company name
Title, first name last name
etc.

How do I move 'company name' down?


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