I created few sheets 4334 Herma A4 labels. Measurements shown in Writer template are OK. But when I try to print a sheet of labels (every cell with the same content), the print out is misaligned horizontally.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create New -> Labels -> Herma A4 (4334 size)
2. Fill with two, short rows of text, click New Document
3. Insert proper, original sheet of labels.
4. Try to print
The bottom labels are printed too high, I think about 4-6 mms. The problem begins at 4th row and gets worse in every following row of the sheet.
I checked printing on two different laser printers.
Text should fit correctly into label cells, as shown in template. Especially horizontal alignment should be maintained.
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What I checked:
- sheets of original Herma 4334 ar the same size as A4 format.
- top and bottom margins for labels are the same
- printer tray is working smoothly
- printer settings are for A4 format (shrinking etc. - off)
The same bug exist in newer version – 126.96.36.199 (x64)
Created attachment 148747 [details]
Misaligned text from center to bottom rows of sheet
As you can see, first row of text in the central rows (top of the picture) barely fits the label. In the bottom of the page that first row is already printed on the preceding label
You shouldn't set up status to NEW yourself. It should be someone another
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Created attachment 150355 [details]
Source file written by LO 6.1
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PDF output made from source file
Print out from source file and PDF file has the same misalignment.
Peter, the height of the first row of you lables is 1,51mm. Height of Herma A4 3443 is 16,9mm. Does is solve your problem, if you change height to 16,9 mm? => NEEDINFO
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My mistake was, that I have been checking alignment on 2 printers (one brand-new combo and other simpler-older). These two produced the same error, the same misalignment!
I blush to admit that didn't check properly printing on normal A4 paper.
As well as PDF direct output file from LO has proper all dimensions mentioned in LO template creator.
So it must be some kind of non-linear feeding problems when the label sheet is going through both printers... Pretty puzzling but true :-|
Sorry for wasting your time.