I have this strange issue and I can't find a solution anywhere online for it, let alone anyone who has observed this strange behavior.
I have this spreadsheet that I use for making labels to an Avery label template. The data is automatically populated into these cells which are sized precisely to work with the Avery 5366 label sheet template.
As you can imagine, it was a PITA to make this work, but it is a major time saver and I've been using it for several years without issue at this point.
Now, I have some co-workers who want to use this spreadsheet to make labels in the same way, but the problem is that when I send it to them via email, shared drive, or thumbdrive. The row heights shift size very slightly, causing the labels to print in the wrong location. The header/footer margins are not the issue at all as the labels at the top rows will print okay, but the location drifts off progressively towards the bottom of the sheet.
Is there a way to correct this issue without having to resize each row to properly work with the label sheet? It took alot of trial and error to make this perfect and there is even offsetting involved in which I have to add an extra pixel to the height of every third row to keep everything aligned and I don't want to have to do it again.
Any help or suggestions is appreciated.
FWIW: The functionality of my spreadsheet does not involved VBA or macros. I don't recall if I originally used Office 2013 or 2016 when I created this spreadsheet, but we're on 2019 now and it still works fine for me.
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