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Multiple Labels on One Label stock

Dear Experts,

Client requirement is that, they want 5 label to be printed on one Label stock

Label stock size: 30 X 30 CM ( W X H )

Label size: 20 X 5 CM ( W X H )

I have configured the label with 20 X 5 CM only in CG42.

in Label stock (CBGL_LS02), maintained above data and in addition, enter following data

No. of Labler per Row: 1

No. of Labler per Column 5

still I am getting only one lable on stock. also tried reverse way..

No. of Labler per Row: 5

No. of Labler per Column 1

still I am getting only one lable on stock.

what could be the reason.

can anyone please guide me

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 12:28 PM

    Thanks a lot !!

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 04:30 PM

    Hello,

    For customer requierement, I printed 2 labels on one label stock.

    As you say, you have to manage the label stock.

    Where did you check the result of your 5 labels on a label stock. Did you really print the label?

    Because you will see your 5 labels on one label stock only when you have printed your label. If you check your label with a "start preview" in CG42 or with a "create label from template" in CG02 you will see only one label on one label stock.

    Regards,

    /Ludovic

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Amol,

      Yes you can conclude that you can see only one label in "preview" option and you will get printed 5 labels in "print mode". I confirm you that is the way on my customer system.

      The best way for you to confirm this point is to perform printing of your 5 labels on 1 label stock.

      Regards,

      /Ludovic

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