[kdepim-users] Printing list of Contacts

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Mon Sep 29 12:18:49 BST 2008

On Monday 29 September 2008 11:57:37 emily at habmalnefrage.de wrote:
> I use kadressbook and I would like to pin the adresses and telephonenumbers
> stored there to a wall next to my telephone.
> This is what I came up with:
> Add Adressbook to OpenOffice saving the odb-file.
> Then open it using OpenOffice Base, hide the colums I don't want/need, do
> screenshots and print them.
> Well I didn't do the screenshots.
> Instead I am really hoping this question is not to far out of line to get a
> productive answer. If you think other people have had this problem before
> and I should rtfm or some FAQs you are propably right, but please include a
> link, because I couldn't find the right ones.
> Knowledge of English: medium to good
> Knowledge of Linux: only user knowledge, step by step instructions needed
> Thank you for your time.

Emily, I don't have time to search at the moment, but maybe this hint will 
help you.  Some time back I did something similar to what you are attempting, 
using open office's merge facility, based on label sheets.  I can't remember 
whether I got enough info from the help pages, searching on 'label print' or 
some such, or whether I got a how-to from the open office web.  They have 
dedicated mailing lists, and the couple of times I used them I found them very 

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