How to Print CD Label

From: Doc Shipley <>
Date: Wed Jul 24 00:53:00 2002

On Wed, 24 Jul 2002, Tothwolf wrote:

> On Tue, 23 Jul 2002, Jerome H. Fine wrote:
> > I need some help with a ".tif" file. A scan was made of a CD label. The
> > label can be printed on a laser printer and the result is great, but in
> > the wrong position.
> >
> > I am a dummy using Windows 98 SE. When I use Windows Explorer and click
> > on the file name, up comes the image of the label. It can be rotated,
> > but there does not seem to be anything that will allow me to move the
> > image sideways nor down so that the image is printed on top of the
> > label.
> >
> > Can anyone suggest what I need to do?
> Can I assume you are using Avery labels? If so, I believe they sell or
> give away software (fairly basic, might not handle the graphic) to print
> their labels. Another option is some sort of page layout software.
> Pagemaker comes to mind for windows, but it is expensive and somewhat
> difficult to learn (of course, it is preferred by many page layout
> experts.)

  gLabel? GNU Labeling software, probably not available for Windows

  I'm guessing the easiest thing will be to generate a blank
page the size of your printer's sheet size, open the label image, "Copy"
it, and "Paste" it into the blank image in the appropriate postition.

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