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  • Started 3 years ago by LarrySr
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LarrySr
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I am learning to use Microsoft Access. I created a database of names and address. I figured out how to print labels using that database. Now I am trying to figure out how to print labels for only selected records from that database. Can anyone help with this? I am running Windows 7 and Microsoft Access 7.

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nosparks
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When viewing your Label Report that shows what and how the labels will be printed, change to Design View, open Property Sheet, select Data tab and play around with the Filter property.

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nosparks
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OR.... create a query based on the table of names and addresses and use the query results as the data source for the Label Report.

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