How to Print CD Label

From: Douglas Wood <>
Date: Thu Jul 25 14:17:01 2002

Try Surething's CD Labeler v3.0 (you can get it at Best Buy). Comes with
thousands of background images and clipart and will print on every type of
CD label stock available.

Douglas Wood
Software Engineer

Home of the EPICIS Development System for the PIC and SX

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerome H. Fine" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2002 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: How to Print CD Label

> >Chris wrote:
> > >which holds the actual sticky labels. While the offset is only about
> > >that distance is quite noticeable. But when I attempt to use the Avery
> > >program, there does not seem to be anything I can do to shift the
> > >Can anyone suggest anything from their experience? This is using
> > >Windows 98 SE where I am a dummy!!
> > If you are using the actual Avery LabelPro software, there is a printer
> > nudge feature (at least on the Mac, I don't really use the PC version
> > often so I'm not 100% sure on that, but I would think it is there too).
> > With the printer nudge, you can tell it to offset the image in
> > (1/100th of an inch IIRC). That offset will let you move it up/down or
> > left right.
> Jerome Fine replies:
> It does not seem as if the feature is there on the Windows 98 SE version.
> There is no icon that I have discovered that refers to "nudge". There are
> some alignment icons, but I have not, as yet, discovered how to activate
> them.
> > I have found that the Avery LablePro software doesn't seem to print the
> > very bottom of the image on my DeskJet 855. It drops about the last 1/4"
> > of the image (not offset, but rather just missing). It seems to be just
> > that printer that it happens with, and I'm not 100% positive that it
> > isn't the printer doing it (read: I haven't really tried it with other
> > software to see if everything is just missing at that point, but nothing
> > else has popped out at me). With my laser printers, the images always
> > print correctly (so my color CD backgrounds I just used a striped image
> > so you can't tell the bottom is cut off, rather it just looks like part
> > of the image design)
> In my case, I probably have about 1/2" at the top and bottom of leeway
> between the printed area and the edge of the form. The actual label
> that is ready to be lifted from the page - wasting all the rest of the
> of course since that is the only economical way the manufacture the
> sheets which contain 2 labels on the standard 8 1/2" by 11" pages -
> is in the middle of the sheet and each start 9/16" below the top and 3/4"
> above the bottom with about 3/8" between the 2 labels. Since each
> label is 4 5/8" in diameter, the total is 10 15/16, so each of those
> measurements must be slightly low - or my eyes can't see well enough.
> In any case, the problem is NOT with the printer, but with my lack
> of being able to understand the Avery label program in that I can't
> figure out how to paste the scanned information to a slightly different
> location relative to the template location of the labels that Avery
> provides. Any ideas??????????????
> Sincerely yours,
> Jerome Fine
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