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I just purchased CD Label Design Kit from Memorex. First i have a problem selecting the type of Label to design, Audio, Data or General Purpose. I chose general purpose. The blank label have "sample", "title" & "subtitle" on it. When I try to insert the text, it write over the word "sample" and I still have "title" & "subtitle" on the face. It also tells me that if I want a "separator", since it is circular text, I should add a separator. WHAT IS A SEPARATOR??. The instruction booklet is not easy to follow at all & I wish I had not purchased it. Do you understand my problem or am I just not smart enough to bother with this project?
Thanks for any assistance I can get.
I have just read the comments and was thinking about taking mine back for exactly the same reasons. Then I asked my 12 year old!! She clicked on the text and got a drop down list and then hit cut object - it worked - the sample text disappeared!! Worth a try.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
I saw this expressit lable maker at Staples for $10. I had all of the problems mentioned above, with an additional problem that the help files are in an old format that can't be read by recent machines from vista on. I will try to return it. The price was cheap, but it cost me a lot in wasted time.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
The problem lies in the fact that there isn't sufficient documentation or instructions. There are many others who have similar difficulties, so it isn't you. It is some very confusing software. I would suggest trying to get your money back from where you purchased it, and buying labeling software from a reputable software company. I use Avery software, which is free, and Avery labels, which are about average in price.
Have you tried deleting the text boxes by selecting the box (by the text box's frame) and deleting it? If you can't find the instructions or the way to make a separator, is it otherwise possible to make a label with circular text? Try selecting a different template and making that look like what you want.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
Question: I have a CD Label Design Kit from Memorex and while I can print the label and text alright, I cannot, under any circumstances, get the design to line up on the disc properly when it prints. It is ALWAYS a 1/2 in off. When I take it to Best Buy they tell me they will look at it but it will cost $95 an hour, their tech fee. Any ideas? I'm so frustrated I'm thinking of pitching the whole thing and buying something else.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Well i fiqured out what the problem is, but not the soultion.
first i like to say that everything works good using normal printer paper
alignment is perfect, everything !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
now put the thicker label sheet in and thats when the printer must have a problem dragging it in.
(check it out)
please let me know of any solution please
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
MissieP (above) nailed it! Right click on the unwanted text and then left click on "cut object" from the drop down menu.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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CD&DVD LabelMaker makes designing and printing disc labels
and CD/DVD inserts fast, simple, and fun. Customize labels with
your own photos, text, video stills, and music playlists. Hundreds of
professionally-designed themes are included inside. Supports
label paper templates by Avery®, Memorex®, Neato®, CD
Stomper®, and Direct to CD/DVD Printing with supported printers.
When you first start the program, you're prompted to select the type of
project you want to design and print: Disc Label, Jewel Case Insert,
and DVD Case Insert.
Once you've selected the type of project, you'll be prompted to select
the paper to which you'll be printing. Select your template from the list,
and then click OK. (You can also change your project type by selecting
a new one from the top pull-down.)
Designing your label
You can customize various sections of your label/insert depending
on the selected paper type/template. The main workspace in the
Design Label tab starts by focusing on one section of the label/
insert. For example, if you're using paper that has two disc labels, the
focus will be zoomed onto one of those labels.
Adjusting your view
Notice the two up/down arrows on the left side of the screen. When
applicable, you can click either arrow to shift the focus to the top/
bottom of the page. Click the Paper View button in the lower left
corner to see a small thumbnail of the page. Click the section that
you'd like to edit, and it will appear in the main workspace.
Changing the Background
The right side of the screen lets you change the paper background,
either by applying a color (Use Color) or graphic design (Use
To change the background color, select Use Color. A color palette will
appear. Click the color you want. The color will then appear on the
label/insert in the main workspace. The palette is fairly robust. If you
select a new color that doesn't appear on the grid, you can add it to
your My Favorite Colors.
To delete a custom color, select the color, then click the - icon.
To add a design, select Use Theme. A pull-down at the top lets you
select from a variety of categories. Each category offers a variety of
designs. To select a design to apply to your project, simply click it.
Click the button to the right of the pull-down to search for additional
Printing your project
A print preview displays your project.
If there are certain sections/components that you'd prefer to exclude
when printing, simply click that object (it will appear dulled in color).
If you change your mind and decide to print the object, simply click the
object again and it will become active for printing.
Print with Mask: This option is only applicable when printing disc
labels. If you notice that your prints aren't aligning properly with your
labels, uncheck this box. Instead of printing over the circular area of the
label only, a square version of each photo will print to cover more area
and fill the disc label.
Select Your Printer: From the Printer pull-down, choose your
Modify Your Printer Settings: Click the Printer Setup button to
view/modify your printer settings.
Set the Number of Copies: Use the arrow buttons to increase/
decrease the number of copies you'd like to print, or key in the value in
the available box.
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