Hey Ron,
You should be able to do it. Do the query for the data and then output the data 
in to tables that roughly match the size of the labels. The hard part will be 
to match the tables to labels. Start by making the main table 750px wide, since 
that seems to about the width of the page. Then create a table for each label, 
setting the height and width of the table to closely match the label. Test it 
by printing the borders to the inner tables and then overlaying the test page 
on the label sheet.
Bastien> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: php-db@lists.php.net> Date: Fri, 5 Oct 
2007 11:54:10 -0500> Subject: [PHP-DB] Making labels> > Has anyone using a 
mySQL table to make labels?  Where would you get started?  I have a table that 
has a name field and then 5 address lines.  I would like to take this and 
format it for an avery 5160 label --- that kind of labels that are 3 columns x 
10 labels.  Thoughts?  Please send any replies to my e-mail as well as to the 
list.  Ron> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > www.actsministrieschristianevangelism.org> > 
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