I am in the process of developing a tool in Excel that prints out Hazardous Material Labels from blank labels. I have everything working great except 1 thing. There is a text line at the very bottom edge of the DOT Label for constituent listing. Since the printer forces a tiny margin, that block of text will not correctly align with the bottom of the label.
I am currently using the setting of A5 both in excel and on the printer itself with a label inserted sideways (and upside down) into Tray 5 bypass. I experimented with a lot of paper size settings to even get the printer to accept the label as A5 as most of the other paper settings produces a wrong paper size error. The label backing paper is 189mm x 142mm with the actual label being 165mm x 141mm.
Is there a paper setting I can trick the printer into accepting that will allow me to adjust the printed lines into all blank areas of the label including the very bottom of the label? (Like a larger paper size that it won't kick back as incorrect)
Here is a link to a Universal Waste Label to visualize the bottom blank line I am trying to fill:
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