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Avoid printing blank address info on labels (CR10)
Posted: 18 Jan 05
In our data, we will often find blank address info, and when generating labels, we don't want these blank lines to take up space. There is a very simple solution to this:
First, create sections for each of the key elements. This will most likely include a section for "Name", another section for "AddressLine1", "AddressLine2", then a final one for "City,State,Zip". Obviously, this can be modified depending on the number of lines possible.
Finally, set the "Suppress If Blank" to True for each section (under Properties).
HTH, Randy Smith
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