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how to define label cutoff length

how to define label cutoff length

how to define label cutoff length

Hello all -
I have been trying to develop specific labels for small vials with dimensions of 0.75x0.5, 1x0.5 etc... so very small and not available in mailing labels, so i have been utilizing the user defined labels. I have been able to get the labels looking ok however when I try to print them out the length of the label extends about a couple of inches after the label has been printed. See attached example. I am using an Espson LX PW800 to print the labels and no matter what I have tried in Crystal to try to cause a "page break" so that the label will only print out to it's respective size, nothing seems to work. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!!
I am using Crystal v16.
Page setup as follows:
Horizontal: 0.3
Vertical: 1.00
Margins are all set to 0
No printer has been selected
Page options: user Defined
Set to Adjust automatically

Thank you in advance.

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