We have an art gallery. Our inventory is listed in a Panorama 6 database so that I can print our wall labels and labels for the mats when they are off the wall.
Using Avery label 5162 we have been able to print the labels combining 14 fields into 9 lines of text. Alas, we no longer can. The font is now larger than specified so that lines extend into the next row and I can only fit 10 of my fields on the label, leaving me with no way to indicate the image size or the price and reducing me to an hysterical gibbering idiot!
Over the years we have purchased multiple copies of Panorama (we have at least 2 computers showing the works and backups on 2 others; we never have the same serial number running on more than one computer at a time)). I have just finished watching the video for Panorama X and we will probably feel a need to add several copies of it to our program library as soon as I find a way to make Panorama 6 functional again so life as we know it can continue.
I have tried to get both xxx and xxx to print my labels without success. Although I have set text size at 9 and font at Adobe Garamond and Times, I have had no success in duplicating labels I was able to print last week. Instead of showing my 12 fields (first name, last name, dates), (title, catalogue number), (medium), (year), (text), (text2), (text3), (text4), (text5), (image size), (price). Instead, what I get is 6 fields that print properly followed by 4 that run over to the line below and only allow me to see 8 of my fields, 4 of which are continued on a following line.
Please advise before I have a breakdown. I am about to hang about 150 art works on the walls
and I have no idea how to identify them. I have to mat 22 works and have no idea how to write labels for them.