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Mammoth (I thought there were two ls in woolly),
I found those when I was searching and they're really cool (great job!) but none of them really work for this type of job. I tried the one for serial numbers but it didn't really work like I needed it to. Or maybe I didn't do it right. All of the decals are the same except for the number in the middle. I'm printing the decals on a wide format printer so I have to set them up to fit the size of the material, which today is 54" wide. Not that that affects anything. I don't know. I'm not an Illy Guru by any stretch of the imagination; just know enough to be dangerous!
You might be right about the Ls but the way I spelled it is the way it's spelled in the Widespread Panic song.
Sorry, Mammoth, I forgot that over there you may leave out the second l.
If you post something that shows or explains the issue, you may be lucky to have a suggestion from James himself.
The NUMBERED CALLOUTS script (not the serial numbers script) should work fine for your situation as described so far. Create the numbered callouts as described in the script instructions. This results in individual text objects. Then use align/distribute to arrange the rows/columns of numbered callouts according to your printing array.