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ÿÿÿÿJ1ÿÿÿÿP‚ÿÿÿÿJContentsTitle*x t² 2ñ€€€‚‚€€‚‚㛽@€‰€‚ãkóIQ€‰€‚ãSÑÒ^€‰€‚ã}Ë]܀‰€‚ãvI쳀‰€‚ã½*¨¤€‰€‚ã¦ÅLƒ€‰€‚ãïQj耉€‚ãöë¾ð€‰€‚ãþyΡ€‰€‚ÿContentsPlease read the README.TXT file (or similar file) for updates on fixes and enhancements.OverviewGetting StartedText ObjectGraphics ObjectFonts, PropertiesLines, Squares, Rectangles, Circles, OvalsBar Codes, POSTNET CodesImport, Merge Files, Automatic NumberingRemove an ObjectResize Graphics and Shape Objects§J– ú€#€ãÿ¬~€‰€‚ãL•×€‰€‚ãgMtU€‰€‚ã/¯b?€‰€‚ã\vÁü€‰€‚ãòØò݀‰€‚ã ÿ€‰€‚ã_AI倉€‚ã_M¦€‰€‚‚ÿTools: Snap-to-Grid, DragLayering of ObjectsWysiwyg (What-you-see-is-what-you-get)PrintingFormats, TemplatesFile: Open, RetrieveClipboard: Cut, Copy, PasteAscii, ANSI, CharactersAbout Copyright, Registration, Technical Support= tX1(
p„ ÿÿÿÿXCText Objectsãu: B€Ç€€€‚‚€ƒ‚‚€‚€€‚‚ÿText ObjectsEach form can include an unlimited number of text objects. Each text object has a set of text properties and attributes, such as font type and size, bold, underline, color, etc. To add a text object^6XÓ( €l€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the Objects menu, choose Add Text Object. &uù# €€€‚ÿ_7ÓX( €n€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.The new object appears in the Form Editor window.&ù~# €€€‚ÿ°‡X.) €€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.Click the text object to make it active and drag it to the desired location. To move an object, you may also use the arrow keys.(~V$ €€€ƒ‚ÿšr.ð( €ä€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ4.In the Text Edit field on your left, type the text of the new object. The text field allows multiple lines.&V# €€€‚ÿ„\ðš( €¸€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ5.Select the font size, properties (bold, underline, italic, strike-thru), color, etc. &À# €€€‚ÿѨš‘ ) €Q€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ6.If the text consists of more than one line, you can specify the alignment type. The default is left-adjust; options are left-adjust, right-adjust and centered.&À· # €€€‚ÿ˙‘ ‚
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. ) €»€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ8.Text can be printed 'upside-down), i.e. rotated 180 degrees. Select the Upside-down check box. The effect of the rotation is not displayed on the screen, but it is printed. Before you print a batch of forms with rotated objects, you should first print a small test sample. The rotated version may not always be exactly what you visualized.&¨
T # €€€‚ÿ™q. í ( €â€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ9.To remove a text object, make the object active, then choose Remove Object from the Objects menu. Confirm.V.T C( €]€€‚€‚ÿThe font size can also be set dynamically by enlarging or reducing the vertical size of the object. If you make the object very small, the font name may change to a non-saleable 'small font'. You may need to change the font name back to the original setting should, you enlarge the object again.9í |1ƉR…ÿÿÿÿ|GGraphicsù²C@G \€e€€€‚‚€‚€‚€ãþyΡ‰€‚‚‚€€‚‚ÿGraphics ObjectsEach form can include several graphics objects. The art work can be imported in one of many raster or vector formats. The following graphics formats are currently supported: BMP, WMF, TIFF, JPEG, WPG, IMG, DCX. DIB, GIF, EPS. The images are displayed on the screen in a reduced format. Y|@Cou can adjust the size of the image to suite your needs. Re-size Graphics ObjectsTo add a graphics objectT,|Õ@( €X€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Scan, create or import the graphics. &@û@# €€€‚ÿb:Õ@]A( €t€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.From the Objects menu, choose Graphics/Image Object.&û@ƒA# €€€‚ÿuM]AøA( €š€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.From the displayed list of files, select the graphics file. Choose OK.&ƒAB# €€€‚ÿh@øA†B( €€€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ4.The image appears in the upper left corner of the display.&B¬B# €€€‚ÿžv†BJC( €ì€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ5.Drag the image object to its correct location. To move an object, you may also use the arrow keys (with CTRL).&¬BpC# €€€‚ÿ àJCyD) €Á€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ6.Re-size the image. With your mouse, point to one of the red sizing handles and (while holding down the left mouse button) drag the handle in any direction. Use the corner handles to preserve the proportional aspects.&pCŸD# €€€‚ÿ¨}yDGF+ $€û€P‘€s€ƒ‚ƒ‚ÿ7.A raster image (but not a vector image) can be rotated. Press the Rotate button in the Graphics panel and the image rotates 90 degrees each time. The image is always reset to the original display size. Please note that rotation properties are NOT retained when the form design is saved.8.To change the graphics file, click the Graphics File Name and select another file.&ŸDmF# €€€‚ÿ¨€GFG( €€P‘€s€ƒÿ9.To remove the graphics object, make the graphics object active, then choose Remove Objects from the Objects menu. Confirm.DmFYG1pۆY„ÿÿÿÿYG…HLayering of Objects,÷G…H5 8€ï€€€‚‚€‚€‚‚‚‚‚‚ÿLayering of ObjectsThe objects are layered in the order they are created, i.e. new objects are placed on top of previous objects. The graphics (image) objects are always placed on top of all other objects (text, lines, boxes, etc.).6YG»H1î„ €ÿÿÿÿ»HsMFontsI…HJ8 >€#€€€‚‚€‚€‚€€‚‚ÿFonts, Properties, AppearanceYou have several options for the appearance of text in the text objects: font style, font size, font properties, attributes, colors. Available font appearance types are: bold, underline, italics, strike-thru. To change font typesX0»H\J( €`€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.In the Text panel, press the Fonts button.&J‚J# €€€‚ÿžv\J K( €ì€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.From the Fonts dialog box, select from the list of available fonts. Also, select font size and font appearance.&‚JFK# €€€‚ÿ8 K~K( € €P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.Choose OK.T)FKÒK+ &€R€€‚€€‚‚ÿTo change font size and appearance¬ƒ~K~L) €€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Select a font size from the Font Size pull- down list in the Text panel. Your printer may not support very small font sizes.&ÒK¤L# €€€‚ÿ©~~LMM+ &€ü€P‘€s€ƒ€‚ÿ2.Select the font appearance, such as bold, underline, etc. If your printer supports color, you may also select a color.&¤LsM# €€€‚ÿ?MM²M1q‚ÿÿÿÿ²M„€Remove ObjectspAsM"N/ .€‚€€€‚‚€€‚‚ÿRemove ObjectsTo remove text, shape or graphics objectsiA²M‹N( €‚€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Activate the text object or the graphics object (click it).&"N±N# €€€‚ÿsK‹N$O( €–€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2,From the Objects menu, choose Remove Object, or press the Delete key.&±NJO# €€€‚ÿ8$O‚O( € €P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.Choose OK.GJOÉO, (€6€€‚‚€€‚‚ÿTo clear the screenO'‚O$€( €N€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the FiÉO$€sMle menu, choose New. &ÉOJ€# €€€‚ÿ:$€„€* $€ €P‘€s‚€ƒ‚ÿ2.Choose OK.CJ€Ç€1ðò
Oˆÿÿÿÿǀ€ÀImport Text, Merge Є€Ó‚< F€¡€€€‚‚€‚€‚€‚€‚€‚ÿImport Text, Merge, Automatic NumberingYou can merge imported text into printed forms, for example in name tags. The imported file must be a standard 'quote-and-comma delimited' ASCII file. Import files can be created with any text editor (for example the Windows Notepad) or with the Merge File Editor. The system can also auto-increment serial numbers. The incrementing number can be a prefix, suffix or an embedded part of a text string. O$ǀ"ƒ+ &€H€€‚€€‚‚ÿTo open the Merge File Editor‚Zӂ¤ƒ( €´€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the File menu, choose Merge File Editor. The Merge File Editor window appears.&"ƒÊƒ# €€€‚ÿ¢z¤ƒl„( €ô€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.From the Merge File Editor's File menu, choose Open to retrieve an existing file, or choose New to clear the screen.&ʃ’„# €€€‚ÿÒ©l„d…) €S€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.Enter the data in the various grid cells. Do not encapsulate the text in quotation marks. For hard returns press Enter+Ctrl. The grid grows as you add new rows.&’„Š…# €€€‚ÿ‹cd…†( €Æ€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ4.To save the new file, choose Save As from the File menu. Specify the file name and press OK.&Š…;†# €€€‚ÿc;†ž†( €v€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ5.To print the data, choose Print from the File menu. H;†æ†+ &€:€€‚€€‚‚ÿTo merge imported textN&ž†4‡( €L€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Create a form with text objects.&æ†Z‡# €€€‚ÿjA4‡Äˆ) €ƒ€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.The text objects that hold the imported text must be flagged. Select the text object and choose the Import button in the Text panel on your left. Select one or several field numbers from the Import Field list. The number represents the sequence of the field in the text database (up to 24). Press the OK button.&Z‡êˆ# €€€‚ÿ8Ĉ"Š* "€€‘€€‚€‚ÿWhen you specify a field number, the text field changes to *Import*[1] (where 1 is the field number). You may modify the text, add other fields, add literals or re-sequence the fields. Blank lines will be eliminated. To preserve a blank line, enter a few spaces.nCꈐŠ+ &€†€ˆ!±€ƒ‚ÿ3.From the File menu, choose Print. The Print Control appears.&"Š¶Š# €€€‚ÿ¬{Šb‹1 2€ö€P‘€s€ƒ‚€‚€ƒ‚ÿ4.Click the Text Import File Name and specify the name of the file that holds the imported text.5.Print the forms.'Ö¶Š‰Q p€­€€‚‚€€‚‚€‚‚‚‚€‚‚€€‚‚‚€€‚‚€€‚ÿExample of an import file with 3 fields created with a text editor"John Smith", "President", "Head Office""Nancy Miller","Vice President","Los Angeles""Henry James","Vice President","New York""Mary West","Senior Vice President","Los Angeles""Robert Hansen","Controller","New York"In the quote-and-comma-delimited format, numeric values need not be encapsulated in quotation marks.Automatic numbering(Use automatic numbering only in one field)&b‹¯# €€€‚ÿT,‰Ž( €X€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Create a text object. Make it active.&¯)Ž# €€€‚ÿb:Ž‹Ž( €t€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.Press the Numbering button located in theText Panel.&)Ž±Ž# €€€‚ÿùЋŽª) €¡€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.In the prompt, specify the beginning number. The incrementing number element can be at the beginning, in the middle or at the end of the number text. Leading zeros are retained as digit place holders.&±ŽÐ# €€€‚ÿxSªTÀ% €¦€‘€€‚ÿExamples oЏTÀ„€f valid serial numbers: 12345, XX12345, 12345XX, XX12345XX, XX00001XX,Џ€À& € €€‚‚‚‚ÿ= TÀ½À1ãR…ò
ÿÿÿÿ½ÀFLines, Boxes¡j€À^Á7 >€Ô€€€‚‚€‚€‚€€‚‚ÿLines, Squares, Rectangles, Circles, OvalsThe system can draw lines and shapes.To draw a linerJ½ÀÐÁ( €”€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the Objects menu, choose Line. The line appears on the screen.&^ÁöÁ# €€€‚ÿ+ÐÁ!Ã) €€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.Click the new line object and make it active. Place the cursor on one of the handles at each end (small red boxes). A 'cross' pointer appears. While holding down the left mouse button, drag and shape the line to the desired orientation and length. &öÁGÃ# €€€‚ÿ€U!ÃÇÃ+ &€ª€P‘€s€ƒ€‚ÿ3.Select a width (thickness) from the Width list in the Line Panel on your left.&GÃíÃ# €€€‚ÿWÇÃlÄ( €®€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ4.Select the style of the line, like solid, dash, dotted, etc. from the Style list.(íÔÄ% €€‘€€‚ÿ°lÄDÅ/ ,€€P‘€s€€ƒ€‚ÿ5.Press the Snap-to-Grid button in the Line Panel, if you want the line to adjust to the next outer grid line at both ends.&”ÄjÅ# €€€‚ÿ¤|DÅÆ( €ø€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ6.To change the color, press the Color button in the Line Panel. From the color palette, choose the color and press OK.&jÅ4Æ# €€€‚ÿíÄÆ!Ç) €‰€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ7.Drag the line into place. You can also use the keyboard arrows to move the active object up, down, left and right. Pressing an arrow key with CTRL moves the object to the next grid line. U)4ÆvÇ, (€R€€‚‚€€‚‚ÿTo create a square of a rectanglee!ÇÈ( €Ê€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the Objects menu, choose Square or Rectangle. An empty box object appears on the screen.&vÇ)È# €€€‚ÿôËÈÊ) €—€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.Click the object to make it active. Place the cursor on one of the red sizing handles. A sizing arrow appears. Enlarge or reduce the dimensions of the box by dragging a handle in any direction while holding down the left mouse button. To retain the proportions of a perfect square, use the corner handles and drag the object diagonally. To stretch the square into a rectangle, use the center handles and drag the object vertically or horizontally.&)ÈCÊ# €€€‚ÿ“dÊÖÊ/ .€È€P‘€sˆ!±€ƒ‚ÿ3.Drag the box to the desired location. To move an object, you may also use the keyboard arrow.«CʁË, (€þ€P‘€s€‚€ƒ‚ÿ4.The box can be filled with a variety of patterns or with a solid color. Select the pattern from the Fill Pattern list.&ÖʧË# €€€‚ÿ¹Ë`Ì) €!€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ5.There are several border styles. From the Border Style list in the Shape Panel on your left, select from solid lines, dash and dot lines.&§Ë†Ì# €€€‚ÿě`ÌJÍ) €7€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ6.Unless you want the object left black, press the Border Color button and or Fill Color button and select a color from the Color Palette. Press OK. &†ÌpÍ# €€€‚ÿh@JÍØÍ( €€€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ7.Adjust the width of the border from the Border Width list.(pÍÎ$ €€€‚‚ÿK!ØÍKÎ* $€B€P‘€s€€‚ÿTo create a circle or an oval&ÎqÎ# €€€‚ÿYKÎòÎ( €²€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the Objects menu, select Circle or Oval. A small black circle object appears.&qÎÏ# €€€‚ÿAòÎe) €1€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.Drag a red sizing handle and shape the box to its desired dimensions. To retain a perfect circle, use the corner sizing handles and drag the object diagonally. To stretch the circle intÏe€Ào an oval shape, use the center handles and drag the object vertically or horizontally.&ϋ# €€€‚ÿge( €Î€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.To change the border size and style, and to select a color, proceed as indicated for boxes above.,‹F& € €€‚‚‚‚ÿ@†1÷P‚‰ÿÿÿÿ†IDGetting StartedG FÍ' €@€€€‚‚ÿGetting Started, a Tutorialچ) €5€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.When you log on, the system displays the default format. If the default file (DEFAULT.FRM) does not exist, the system displays a card size form. &Ͷ# €€€‚ÿìË) €Ù€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.In the Form Editor, choose Open from the File menu and retrieve a form that you have designed and saved previously. If you do not have any forms saved, ignore this step; instead, choose New from the File menu to clear the screen.&¶ñ# €€€‚ÿ\7ËM% €n€‘€€‚ÿTo change the size of the form, proceed as follows: &ñs# €€€‚ÿ½”M0) €)€P!s€ƒ‚ÿ- From the Formats menu in the Form Editor window, choose a standard format or a private format (a form you have previously developed and saved)&sV# €€€‚ÿW%0­2 2€K€P!s€ƒã\vÁü‰€‚ÿ-To customize a new form, choose Customize from the Formats menu. The Format Control window appears. Specify the dimensions in inches or centimeters and press the OK button. To save the new format in your private collection, choose Save As from the File menu. See Templates, Formats(VÕ$ €€€‚‚ÿ0­) €€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.Add a text object. Choose Text Object from the Objects menu. A new text object appears in the upper left corner, marked 'Text Placeholder'. Click the object to make it active. Click the Text Edit box in then Text Panel on your left and type some text.&Õ+# €€€‚ÿ*U ) €€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ4.Drag the text object to its desired location. To drag an object, click it and move (drag) the object up, down, left or right while holding down the left mouse button. Release the mouse button. You can also move an active object with the arrow keys.&+{ # €€€‚ÿ!øU œ
) €ñ€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ5.Add another text object. Choose Text Object from the Objects menu. A new text object appears in the upper left corner, marked 'Text Placeholder'. Click the object, drag it to its position, click the Text Edit box and type the description.&{ Â
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â ) €ï€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ6.Select one of the text objects (by clicking it) and change the properties, such as bold, underline, etc. Select the properties in the Text Panel on your left. Experiment with several properties. To change the font, press the Fonts button.&Â
 # €€€‚ÿ$ûâ ,) €÷€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ7.Add a graphics object. Choose Graphics Object from the Objects menu. The Open File dialog window appears. Select the file name of your graphics and choose OK. The selected image appears on the screen. Drag it into position and adjust the size of the image. To increase or reduce the size, 'grab' one of the handles (little red boxes) and drag the outline in any direction. If you drag the corner handles, the image retains the original proportions, otherwise the image stretches to fit the box. & R# €€€‚ÿ®…, @) € €P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ8.Add a line object. From the Objects menu, choose Line. The line appears at the top of the form display. Resize the line by dragging one of the sizing handles. In the Line Panel on your left, select the width of the line from the Line Width listing. Move the line by drag action or use the keyboard arrows. To move the object to the next grid line, press the arrow key with CTRL.R @F'R[email protected]# €€€‚ÿ ’j @Å@( €Ô€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ9.Add other objects, for example a circle, a square, a line, a bar code, etc. Get ready for printing.&[email protected]ë@# €€€‚ÿkCÅ@VA( €†€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ10.Choose Print from the File menu. The Print Control appears.&ë@|A# €€€‚ÿa9VAÝA( €r€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ11.Verify the paper stock in the printer's paper bin.&|AB# €€€‚ÿCÝAFC2 2€#€P‘€s€ƒ‚€‚€ƒ‚ÿ12.Type in the number of sheets that you wish to print. Remember, each sheet may consist of several forms, such as labels, invitation cards, business cards.13.From the File menu, select Printer Setup (only if you need to specify the printer or paper orientation).&BlC# €€€‚ÿ_7FCËC( €n€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ14.Choose Print or select Print from the File menu.&lCñC# €€€‚ÿX0ËCID( €`€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ15.To stop the printing process, press Stop.HñC‘D1­OˆÛ† ÿÿÿÿ‘DöIResize Graphics ObjectsW IDèG7 <€A€€€‚‚€‚€‚€€‚ÿRe-size Graphics and Shape ObjectsNormally, the graphics and shapes are initially displayed at some reduced ratio. You will need to adjust the size. The object can be enlarged or reduced proportionally (customary procedure) or it can be stretched horizontally or vertically. Horizontal and vertical re-sizing will distort the image.When you resize a graphics object, a square or a circle diagonally (by dragging the corner handles), the system will retain the original dimensional aspects, i.e. the image will be resized proportionately. If you resize horizontally or vertically, the image stretches to fit the box. Images are distorted, squares become rectangles and circles become ovals. For graphics objects only, you can press the Reproportion button to re-proportion the image.H‘D0H+ &€:€€‚€€‚‚ÿTo re-size an object ±ˆèGáH) €€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Make the object active by clicking it. The object's border changes to a sizing border with strategically placed sizing handles. &0HI# €€€‚ÿǞáHÎI) €=€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.Place your cursor on a sizing handle. A sizing arrow appears. Enlarge or reduce the size of the image by dragging the sizing handle in any direction. (IöI$ €€€‚‚ÿDÎI:J1eq‚[„
ÿÿÿÿ:J>‚Tools: Snap-to-Grid¹öIóJ8 >€€€€‚‚€‚€‚€€‚‚ÿTools: Snap-to-Grid, GridFor easier alignment of the objects, you should use the grid.To enable or disable the gridQ):JDK( €R€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the Tools menu, choose Grid. &óJjK# €€€‚ÿË¢DK5L) €E€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.Select the grid measurements: large (L), medium (M), small (SM, very small (VS). The grid sizes are 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 inch and 1/2. 1/4, 1/8 centimeters.&jK[L# €€€‚ÿS+5L®L( €V€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.To disable the grid, select Disabled.Ø£[L†M5 8€G€€‚‚€‚€‚€‚€‚ÿ Snap-to-Grid The 'snap-to-grid' feature is not active when you drag objects with the cursor. Snap-to-grid is active only in the following situations:æ·®LlN/ ,€o€P‘€s€ƒ€€‚ÿ1. When you move the objects with the keyboard arrow buttons with CTRL. The object aligns to the next left and next highter grid line. The size of the object does not change. &†M’N# €€€‚ÿ
älNŸO) €É€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.When you press the Snap-to-Grid button in the panel on the left side of the screen. The object re-sizes to align with the grid lines, except text objects and except objects whose width or height is less than the grid size.ºƒ’Ne€7 <€€€‚€€‚€‚€‚€‚ÿLocked objectsSometimes, you will ŸOe€öIprefer to lock an object so that it cannot be moved accidentally. To lock an object:T,ŸO¹€( €X€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.Make the object active by clicking it.&e€߀# €€€‚ÿQ)¹€0( €R€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.From the Tools menu, choose Locked.Þ߀>‚0 .€½€€‚€‚€‚€‚ÿWhen you click a locked object, a message box appears asking you whether you want to unlock the object. To unlock, answer Yes and re-select the object.Locked lines cannot be moved, but they can still be extended.@0~‚1€öˆ ÿÿÿÿ~‚ÎÀForms TemplatesÁ‰>‚?„8 >€€€€‚‚€‚€‚€€‚‚ÿFormats, TemplatesWhen you log on, the system displays the DEFAULT.FMT form template (if such template exists). The form templates retain the form dimensions and the centimeter / inch preference. It is a good idea to create a Default.fmt form template. If a default template does not exist, the system opens a card size form. To change the label format while in the Form EditoryQ~‚¸„( €¢€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ1.From the Format menu, choose Standard Format, Private Format or Customize. &?„ބ# €€€‚ÿˆ`¸„f…( €À€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ2.If you select Standard Format, specify the form from the list of available standard forms.&ބŒ…# €€€‚ÿ¼“f…H†) €'€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ3.If you select Private Format, the system displays a list of previously created forms that were saved on disk. Select the form and choose OK.&Œ…n†# €€€‚ÿeH†û†( €Ê€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ4.If you select Customize, the Format Control window appears. Proceed with the following steps. &n†!‡# €€€‚ÿŒdû†­‡( €È€P‘€s€ƒ‚ÿ5.You may open a saved form by choosing Open from the File menu. 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