Option to add Skip count in current Avery label printing

Option to add Skip count in current Avery label printing

You can re-use partially printed Avery label sheets by providing skip count. When you provide skip count when printing labels on Avery sheets, Hike will skip first few labels as per your instructions and start printing from the next label number. For example, if you have an Avery label sheet with 10 labels already printed, add 10 in the skip count value when you re-use the sheet so Hike will remember to start printing from 11th.print.png

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