CD LABELS

  LIVING_ON_BORROWED_TIME 21:23 14 Mar 03
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HI

FIRSTLY I WILL APOLOGISE FOR THIS DUMMY! QUESTION

I AM USING NERO 5.5 AND PC LINE WHITE CD LABELS. I CAN'T GET THE PRINT TO FIT NO MATTER HOW I CHANGE THE X AND Y MEASUREMENTS.

I HAVE CHECKED THE LIST OF RECOGNISED LABELS AND THERE IS NO "PC LIN WHITE CD LABELS"

I BOUGHT THEM FROM PC WORLD (I WISH I HADN'T AS THERE IS NO INFO ON THE PACK!!)THERE ARE 60 IN A PACK WITH TWO ON EACH A4 SHEET.

ANYONE ABLE TO HELP?
THANKS IN ADVANCE.

  siouxah1 22:11 14 Mar 03

Have not used, nor have knowledge of Nero labelling system. Have used labels two up such as you have.

The answer I found was to use a desk top publisher such as MS Publisher to draw out the correct size circles such as to fit the A4 label sheet and save this as a template. Then would make my own labels using this template.

It's a bit fiddly to set up initially, but does work. Would offer you the file but it comes out at about 15Mb.

Regards Brian j

  hssutton 22:24 14 Mar 03

Have a look at Avery free download. click here

  LIVING_ON_BORROWED_TIME 10:14 15 Mar 03

Anyone else use PC LINE labels?

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 10:19 15 Mar 03

Do the In cd labels fit? i find they fit most brands.



Regards

  pj123 10:36 15 Mar 03

I use a programme called Discus available from click here They have every label listed and print perfect every time. Give them a try.

Meantime are your labels in the centre of the page or offset on the page? If centred try Neato A4 and if offset try pressit A4.

  REB-PDC 10:46 15 Mar 03

I bought a copy of Nero for PC World, both for CD buring and its label printing software. Had no end of trouble - even with Avery labels (the one commonly available in the UK wasn't listed). Eventually I phoned nero in California, who told me there was a bug in this programme, and their engineers were working on it. I then took back the Nero to PC World, who reluctantly changed it for a copy of Roxio Easy CD (why do they treat evryone as criminals at PC World when you take something back - I even showed them copies of emails from Nero!).

Pleased to say Roxio works (although not perfectly - I wish I could find a good, simple CD printing programme!)

  Lú-tzé 10:49 15 Mar 03

Have a look at exPressit software - free and easy.

  Lú-tzé 10:51 15 Mar 03

click here for the link to above posting.

  LIVING_ON_BORROWED_TIME 11:44 15 Mar 03

Thanks pj123

"If centred try Neato A4 and if offset try pressit A4. "

PRESSIT A4 is the one.
Thanks again.

Also does anyone else have this problem?
Whenever I try to bend text my PC crashes. I have emailed Nero and they sent me an update but it still crashes if I bend text!

  tbh72 14:15 15 Mar 03

I used to use something called CD Stomper. I also used it with MS Publisher and Easy CD Creator. The labels were two diagonally placed on A4 and they printed perfectly.

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