Funny you ask. I put a pretty good post together here on sql reports and using a Dymo. http://staceyw.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!F4A38E96E598161E!1570.entry Not exactly what you asked for, but should be able to use some ideas. I strongly recommend getting a ~$100 Dymo for labels. Fast, cheap, no toner, labels don't jam in a fuser, and prints just the exact number of labels you need (also nice sorted left to right) without all those extra sheets with 8 labels left on them. Much
easier then using laser labels IMHO and easier to rip and stick in a production fashion.
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