Can you explain what you mean by "slip"?
I think that I know what you mean, but hate to waste your time and mine by guessing incorrectly.
It's long been the case that a change in printers and/or a change in versions (OS or FIleMaker) can cause a labels layout to have issues.
But if "slip" means what I think you mean, it's not all that difficult to correct.
I have tried all these ideas. Cannot solve my "slippage". They just don't align horizontally!!!
But what do you mean, exactly by "slippage"? This is not answered by your posts.
Obviously, your printed data does not perfectly align with the avery label stock. But how they misalign is critical to telling you what must be done to correct the issue.
I would guess that each row of labels prints either a little higher or a little lower than the previous row of labels and thus "creeps" more and more out of alignment with each row of data printed on the page.
Is this what you see? If so, do they print a little higher each time or a little lower?
The more common issue is to find that the bottom row of labels are left blank with the data that should be printed on them appear on the first row of the next page. That doesn't sound like "slipping" so am guessing that this is not the case here.
How you created this layout may also be informative. Did you use the New Layout wizard and specify the Avery number to create this layout or use other methods?
A screen shot of your layout, captured while it is in layout mode would also be helpful.
I called FM - willing to pay $45....so frustrated. Seems my new OS10 Mac upgrade needed upgrade to FM downloaded...phew--fixed!
thanks. Phil....you are great at trying to help me. Rarely need it...but when I do!!!