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All suggestions gratefully heard. Create a 3 row, 1 column table.
Set the top and bottom page margins to the minimum your printer will allow. Centre the table vertically on the page. Go into the table properties and set the row height to a fixed value. It will be about 8. Also in the table properties, you can hide the borders if you wish. Alternatively, open a new document and search for "with compliments" in the Microsoft templates library.
Thanks for the suggestion. My only real objection to your suggestion is that the layout must be copied to the other table cells each time I make a change. Not a big effort, agreed, but I really want a nice, clean, single design that I can create on a page of the right dimensions and then print on paper. I'm fussy, I know. For now I have designed a label template of that size and then I can print the label on a sheet, just by saying I want three copies.
This, in my mind, is a slightly more elegant answer. If I find a perfect answer, I'll add it here. Thanks for the suggestion though.
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