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July 14, 2008

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I use it all time too! You Can also do custom labels and modifi the pre made one's.. But is does not do curved text :(..

Thanks for the reminder. I've been dragging my feet about some items I volunteered to mail, and this should help.

Wow, thanks for the article, I just used glabels to save me from a horrible hour trying to work around a bug in openoffice.org mailmerge that kept merging only the first 5 records! Thank YOU!!!

Hi yareckon,

I'm glad it helped! It's a dandy little program.

Actually produced my labels this morning, and I was very pleased with the results.

Excellent! Now tell 10 people and spread the ease of use. ;>

Now if I could only get it to save as a pdf or something useful for kinko's I'd be extremely happy. Maybe I'm missing something.

Glabels print -> preview generates a PDF in /tmp and tells you the name of the file in the header bar of the preview window. All you have to do is copy the generated PDF (change its cryptic name to something you prefer).

good..

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