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Then, I created a table

If you want to synchronize your labels the inserting of frames is the better way of proceeding (Office can help you by menu File > New > Labels).

Nevertheless it is possible to insert sections in table cells, but not so effortless...

If you start with menu File > New > Labels the page size and customizing (margins) are to be done just after having designed the frames and put them into a new page...

See my sample file (which was designed on OpenOffice; the frames are anchored As Character which is more useful for later customizing the page properties. In that case I applied as page size Letter and as page margins (left/upper) 0.25 inches.C:\fakepath\Label2x4inches_2x5specimen.odt) - It was all a work of about 5 minutes.

Cheers

LibreOffice's Label Assistant anchors the frames To Page which cumbers later page customizing...

Then, I created a table

If you want to synchronize your labels the inserting of frames is the better way of proceeding (Office can help you by menu File > New > Labels).

Nevertheless it is possible to insert sections in table cells, but not so effortless...

If you start with menu File > New > Labels the page size and customizing (margins) are to be done just after having designed the frames and put them into a new page...

See my sample file (which was designed on OpenOffice; the frames are anchored As Character which is more useful for later customizing the page properties. In that case I applied as page size Letter and as page margins (left/upper) 0.25 inches.inches. - Download sample file here: ( C:\fakepath\Label2x4inches_2x5specimen.odt ) - It was all a work of about 5 minutes.

Cheers

LibreOffice's Label Assistant anchors the frames To Page which cumbers later page customizing...

Then, I created a table

If you want to synchronize your labels the inserting of frames is the better way of proceeding (Office can help you by menu File > New > Labels).

Nevertheless it is possible to insert sections in table cells, but not so effortless...

If you start with menu File > New > Labels the page size and customizing (margins) are to be done just after having designed the frames and put them into a new page...

See my sample file (which was designed on OpenOffice; the frames are anchored As Character which is more useful for later customizing the page properties. In that case I applied as page size Letter and as page margins (left/upper) 0.25 inches. - Download sample file here: ( C:\fakepath\Label2x4inches_2x5specimen.odt ) - It all was all a work of about around 5 minutes.

Cheers

LibreOffice's Label Assistant anchors the frames To Page which cumbers later page customizing...

Then, I created a table

If you want to synchronize your labels the inserting of frames is the better way of proceeding (Office can help you by menu File > New > Labels).

Nevertheless it is possible to insert sections in table cells, but not so effortless...

If you start with menu File > New > Labels the page size and customizing (margins) are to be done just after having designed the frames and put them into a new page...

See my sample file (which was designed on OpenOffice; the frames are anchored As Character which is more useful for later customizing the page properties. properties). In that case I applied as page size Letter and as page margins (left/upper) 0.25 inches. - Download sample file here: ( C:\fakepath\Label2x4inches_2x5specimen.odt ) - It all was a work of around 5 minutes.

Cheers

LibreOffice's Label Assistant anchors the frames To Page which cumbers later page customizing...