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I have just installed Creater NXT Pro. When I tried to print a Disc label, I only have 5 Epson options to choice from. Shearching program files, other paper type (Avery) files are loaded with the program but I can't figure out how to get them to load into the disc printing tray of option. Can anyone help.,

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I have just installed Creater NXT Pro. When I tried to print a Disc label, I only have 5 Epson options to choice from. Shearching program files, other paper type (Avery) files are loaded with the program but I can't figure out how to get them to load into the disc printing tray of option. Can anyone help.,

 

Are you sure you are looking in the right spot? I looked and found only 3 commercials labels that start with an "E". They are Elecom Japanese and are NOT Epson.

 

Are you printing paper labels to put on a DVD? Don't, they can be dangerous. Google for it but here is just one such entry (link)

 

Paper labels on a Cd don't seem to be much of a problem, at least according to the Cd guys (link).

 

If you are printing directly on a DVD, then come back and let us know so we can provide more help.

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When I looked in Program files, I looked under the Label Creator file and found JWP files. (ie AVERY). All I want to do is print a paper label to a CD disc. In my legecy verison of Roxio I had alot of different options to choose from, in the drop down box of the paper type, when I clicked on print a label. I am disappointed that I may have to go out and buy Epson brand labels. Is there something that I need to do, to get the JWP files to populate into the paper type option field?

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I thought JWP files were project files and not commercial paper type. :wacko:

 

You could print to a plain piece of paper and place it in from of the labels you have to how much the offset is. You could then adjust the offset in the program. Just look at some of the commercials labels and use the one that looks the closest to the one you have. .

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Paper labels on a Cd don't seem to be much of a problem

 

Paper labels on CD's causes several of the same problems as DVD and I wouldn't recommend it.

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Thank all of you for all of your help, the problem is solved. Support contacted me and I guess all I needed to do was change the Media type to commercial paper and presto, all of the available paper types are there.

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