For a simple walkthrough let’s assume we want two copies of every label where the item price exceeds 2000 EUR and just one of all the other items. Then simply use this formula for the label copy count project parameter:
And the result is then:
Note how two labels are printed for all items matching the condition while all others are just printed once. And while we were at it, we also added a project parameter that enables a form feed for labels, i.e. you can switch to a new sheet based on an arbitrary condition. Small additions that enable things that were hardly possible before – or even not at all.
More Features in List & Label 26:
Finally – a Glance in the Crystal Ball
What’s New for .NET?
Combine Different Projects into One Print Job