Good Advice...Yes, when I use looping tokens such as:
Then all the records end up in this first label. If I put the loop begin in the header of the document and the loop end in the footer, I get a full page of labels with the same record in each label. I need a different record in each label of the page.
Can you try creating a single print mailing label selection and wrap it with the LOOP token? I don't know if anyone have ever done looping data in a specific selection of a word document.
This code in my word document allows the report to print correctly in a document:
The result of this of course is one column of addresses:
Now I need to get these records in a avery 5160 mailing template like below:
Of course, I can export the names to a CSV or xls, and these files would merge perfectly to WORD. However, I need to make this simple so that a user can print labels when needed.
Someone suggested that maybe you can create an HTML template and render it as a PDF rather than using a word template since HTML templates are more versatile in displaying data since you can create the loop and the HTML elements yourself.