Dale Oliver 4/6/2017 6:34:55 AM
I see that when you use a label template with rows and columns, it creates issues. You could try the following in your word doc.
1. Insert a column into the document, i.e. two columns.
2. Then insert a table with a single row and column.
3. Insert your merge fields into the table with a single column and row, adjust the size of your table to the size you would like for your labels print
4. Right click on your table, table properties>Row, then untick allow to break across pages, otherwise a label may not stay on one page and may break across different pages
This method will allow your labels to populate both columns (left and right) of your word document. The table with a single row and column, with your merge fields place into it, will allow you to stop your records, for one label from breaking over into another table.
You will have to play around and test until fits the label paper you are using (editing margins, and column widths etc). If you use a label template, with a table of rows and columns, doesn’t seem to work with a straight up merge from Teamdesk.