Why won't Contacts allow me to specify the starting Column and Row when printing address labels? Mailing labels typically come on an 8.5 x 11 inch letter size and the blank labels are usually arranged in Columns and Rows. After printing some labels there are usually some unused labels on the sheet. Unless we can specify, in the next printing job, the starting Column and Row the remaining costly labels are wasted. For years we used InTouch by the Prairie Group and it was a terrific app for managing names, phone numbers as well as printing mailing labels. This app, because of cost, has not been made compatible with Macs using 64 bit processing. I like Contacts but the shortcomings regarding label printing drastically reduces its value. Sure wish Apple would pay attention to this!