May you tell us if there are date entries in your Numbers document ?
I explained several times that the Merge tool doesn't accept this kind of datas.
If a merge Field entitled myDates contains date entries, change the column header from myDates to my_Dates,
insert a new column whose header would be myDates
and, in the first standard cell of this column, insert the formula :
apply Fill Down to fill the other cells ofv the column.
Back to the Merge tool, check that the merge Field is correctly pointing to the column myDates
After that I guess that you will get all your labels.
Yvan KOENIG (VALLAURIS, France) jeudi 15 septembre 2011 18:12:12
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Summarizing what worked for me...
How to create mailing labels by merging addresses from a Numbers workbook into a Pages mailing label document.
(Credits to Yvan Koenig and ElViejo1939 )
The dimensions given in these instructions are for Avery 8160 which are 1" tall and 2.625" wide, a 3 x 10 grid of labels per page.
Here's your one-time set up the Pages document. You don't have to repeat this unless you change to a different sized label.
1. Open a new, blank document.
4. At the top of the left hand column, insert a text box the width of 2.625 and height of 1".
6. Put your merge fields inside the box as they do in this apple video tutorial . If you get the error message: "Please select a Numbers document that has one or more named header columns and one or more rows of data," here is the solution from Peggy.
Each time you want to print labels with the Pages label document you just created, do the following:
1. Update addresses in Numbers Address workbook.
2. Create a column for current year and mark an "x" by those to whom we're sending.
3. Copy this all records (not header) into PrintThisYear sheet.
4. Sort on "x". Get rid of all rows without an "x".
5. Open the Pages document you created above.
6. Edit > Mail Merge. You'll get a multi-page document with one label per page.
8. Print out first page and hold up against blank labels with light behind to make sure it will print properly.
9. Print labels out one page at the time. (Prevents paper jams of label pages.)