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From: "Miriam Meislik" <[log in to unmask]>
> I am need of labeling software to label J-cards, audio cassettes, and
> preferably something that does CD hub labels.  I have been goofing off
> with Sure Thing CD Labeler and am less than impressed with its ability
> to be able to set each label to print different from each other label.
> I don't know the software very well, but nothing seems intuitive with
> it.  For instance, I want to be able to enter collection number,
> collection title, title of the item and an item number with the
> collection data staying the same.
Actually, if you can get exact dimensions (and I think they are available
on the web) you can print non-adhesive items (j-cards, CD inserts) easily
in a standard word processor by setting margins properly...or, if you
have one, do so in any program like CorelDraw. You could probably do
the same thing with adhesive items if you could find the precut stock;
though I have seen kits which supposedly can provide CD labels which
look similar to commercial CD's.
Steven C. Barr