I use QSL address labels affixed to envelopes and QSL strips affixed to pre-printed cards.
I export the details from MacLoggerDX to a .txt file and then print them on a DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo. ( See sample files attached. One thing I would like to change is that MLDX puts BAND on the QSO label instead of the FREQ )
IMHO, bulk printed QSL cards are cheaper than those you can print yourself once you take into account the cost of decent paper, ink, and the time spent cutting them apart. (There are numerous
sources for purchasing inexpensive cards printed on decent stock.)
Rather than fight with the formatting of the help files across various platforms, consider this approach. (click to download) http://www.netlogger.org/downloads/NetLoggerHelp.pdf
This took me two minutes to produce with Acrobat Pro. There are a few issues that need to be resolved, such as the images of the emoticons not showing up, but those seem minor. If the goal is to print the help document why not create it once and make it available as a download? (The software licensing cost will not be an issue.)