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GLM Label Printing issue

Former Member
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Hello,

I have a A6 Label that needs to be printed. The label has two parts in it.

  1. Include template of A6 size
  2. Main template that calls the above template as well as has some content of its own.

Now the issue is that the label that is being printed, by default has the include template data coming on top of the main template data. Rather the main template data is hidden by the include template data.

Please suggest some thing.

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christoph_bergemann
Active Contributor
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Hello

I assume this "issue" is related how you have "embeeded" the include. (Text box ..?)

For "pictograms" and similar stuff we have seen similar issues. Check

Thre is a link to tthe discusison on this "pictogramm" issue

C.B:

PS: and as wished by Satya: show the picture; you can hide (if needed) the "data" it is only fpr "visualizing" what your issue is

satya11719
Active Contributor
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Hey,

Share screen shot so that i will explain clearly.

satya11719
Active Contributor
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Hi Tamit,

Main template having include template right ?

Please cut and insert the include template which is in pink color after the data, so that you will get output of include template after the data.

Thanks

Satya

Former Member
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Hello Satya,

The data in the main template are in 6 text boxes, which are floating in nature.

Could you give me an example, of how to do it?

Thanks in Advance,

Tamit.

christoph_bergemann
Active Contributor
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Hello

do you use the "include" part in one of the 6 text boxes?

C.B.