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Randy wrote in with this question recently: I am trying to print labels that are on an 8.5 by 11 form ? four across and six down. I get one row per sheet. Each row of labels is a separate spool file with an overlay. I am using the following override: OVRPRTF FILE(SKULBLAB) DEVTYPE(*IPDS) PAGESIZE(14 100) LPI(8) CPI(12) OVRFLW(14) FORMFEED(*CONT) PAGRTT(0) SAVE(*YES) SECURE(*YES) -- Deb Tart, associate editor

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maybe you should point out your problem. With the OVRFLW and PAGESIZE-parms you’re using, what would you expect to get? I don’t understand about the seperate spoolfile, since this is usually handled by open/close ops and not by formfeeds, but if you want the pages printed properly, take a closer look at the PAGESIZE parm, which has a third parameter usually set to *ROWCOL. This can point to another splf-attribute UOM, which means UnitsOfMeasurement, and can be set in *CM or *INCH. Try playing with these parms. I hope I understood your problem?!

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