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How do I organize the labels in the layout, for example, I want the label Year to be on the top of the Acres. I tried variety ways to do this using the Label Manager but can't seem to get it right Anyone have a better or suggest of a good way to solution this ?

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Is there a good reason why two label classes are being used? When labels are in a separate class, there is no guarantee they will be placed near each other.

Why not just use one class with a label expression such as this?

[YEAR] & vbNewLine & "<CLR red = '255'>" & [AREA] & "</CLR>"

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You can right click on the layer and then "Convert Labels to Annotation". Then you can manually drag the labels to where you want.

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I know this is a late answer, but it appears that there still is not a suitable resolution for this. My workaround was to create the label classes in the order that I want them to appear.

So, I have a "Year" class and then an "Area" class. Like so:

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The result is:

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