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Labels Scaling High and Left

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I'm printing labels on both HP DeskJet 3632 and HP Laser Jet Pro M252dw.  I have chosen labels and actual size.  Labels shift up slightly beginning with the second row, and shift left with the third column.  This happens on both printers, but more on the DeskJet.  I am printing pdf's using Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.  Please help!  I am wasting half of my labels.

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Welcome to HP Support Forum. Did you use the right template for the right layout BEFORE creating labels sheet (PDF file)? Otherwise the labels won't line up.

 

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Yes, I am using onlinelabels.com Label Designer for their labels.  I have been through troubleshooting with the label manufacturer and since this problem occurs with both my HP printers, we have narrowed it down to them.  The first row and column are perfect, but after that the rows creep up a little bit, and the columns creep to the left.  Anyone know of a fix for this?

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