First, my humble apologies for my prolonged absence from the Lounge - I've been buried in problems and new requirements.
I've been trying to find a workaround for a perplexing problem where a client wants to print somewhere between 1 and 4 labels on demand on a Citizen GSX190 printer. They would like to do that by simply clicking a print button the number of times required. The printer does print a label, but then it does a Top Of Form because Access insists that the page size be one of about 5 choices, none of which is an even multiple of the label size - labels are 1.5 inches. German Standard Fanfold seems to come the closest, as it appears to be about 10.5 inches, but at the moment, if someone tries to print 3 copies of a label, it prints on the first one, skips 6, prints the second one, skips 6 more, prints the third, and then skips 6 more so it is at the top of form.
We've tried various solutions, such as telling Access it is a continuous form where there is no need to do form feeds, but nothing so far seems to work. I suspect the issue is a combination of the print driver for that printer, and the fact the Access seems to insist on having a page size, and there is no easy way to create a custom paper size. Any suggestions or workarounds any one has come up with would be much appreciated.