Dymo Label - formats/page breaks

Hi, we use a simple Dymo PC2 printer, and output labels thru the Label Wizard, which works ok apart from limited formating(unable to use the full tape width) and also no matter how we configure we get 2-3cm of waste per
label, being the 'page break' we think. We are yet to use the Dymo SDK application as this is pushing our end user skills! Any help gratefully appreciated, Jonathan - Leicester UK
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Jonathan,
You could also use the built-in RMS Label Designer.
Attached are some Dymo labels we send to our clients designed in the Label Designer.
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