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Adding more lines to a QSO label
#1 Posted : Wednesday, March 23, 2022 3:26:00 PM(UTC)

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I have changed my labels to a larger size on my Dymo LabelWriter 450. There is room for at least six QSO but the label report only prints 3 QSO and then starts a new label. How do I make it print more QSO per label?
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, March 23, 2022 7:05:10 PM(UTC)

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LOGic only supports 4 QSOS, but it would be easy to change from 3 to 4.

Modify the report. Select the COMMAND SCRIPS on the top, and BEFORE RUN on the bottom. Change the first line from

lblmult(global.report_ref.selectexp, 3) && function supports 2, 3, or 4 QSOs per label


lblmult(global.report_ref.selectexp, 6)

Ignore the comment. LOGIc supports 8 QSOs per label

Make the page area larger by double-clicking the DETAIL bar.

Copy and paste the last row of fields to make a new row. You can multi-select with Shift-Click. Repeat to make the 5th row & 6th row.

Now double-click each new field to change the field names. For instance, change day(qso_date3) to day(qso_date4) on the 4th row, day(qso_date3) to day(qso_date5) on the 5th row, etc.

For more info, see

Let me know if any questions.

Tnx & 73,

Dennis WN4AZY
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K7PDW on 3/24/2022(UTC)
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