There isn't a built in option for this, but you can set up your own. Essentially, you need a found set with one blank record for each 'previously used' label.
If your solution is small and simple, you can simply manually create and delete those extra records, or you can set up a script that does this. Even more sophisticated solutions use a separate "print" table with a relationship that links to the table that stores the data you want to print on your lables so that the creation and deletion of these extra records takes place in the print table and not the table that stores your data.
Generally I cut the printed rows, so that the next row is on the top left.