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  1. I bought OfficeMax CD labels that are supposed to be the same alignment as Avery 8692 labels. Maybe they are--I don't have any Avery labels to compare them to--but I find the CD label image doesn't print in close enough alignment with the label. I went through the Calibration process a couple of times on my Canon MP610 printer. When that didn't solve the problem, I became suspicious and measured the label paper margins. I found the labels themselves aren't centered! They're offset to the right an eighth of an inch. That doesn't sound like much, but it's enough that the crucial left side of the printing--the tracklist--falls off the edge of the world. Worse yet, the label is smaller than the image RLC8 wants to print, so even if I can get the image offset by exactly the right amount, the outer part of the image will be lost. Does anyone have a fix for this problem?
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    Auto Fill For Labels

    I found a workaround to split long track titles! (It's a little clunky. I don't know if this would also work in Autofill, as I've been converting LP's to CD's and Autofill has no idea what I'm doing, but I suspect it would.) I stumbled on this workaround while copying an overly long tracklist so I could move half of it to the right side of the disk. When I went to Edit Text on the new copy to remove the duplicate entries, I found the "hard returns" for each line represented by two square icons. Voila, it proved possible to copy a pair of icons (control-C) and then insert them into the original tracklist to make long track names break at a strategic spot. (Of course, after harvesting the hard-return icons, you can just delete the unneeded copy of your tracklist.)
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    Split The Tracklist

    Poor Taskmaster! I hope you haven't been waiting more than two years for help. The easiest way to work around this problem: right-click on your tracklist and choose Copy; click elsewhere and choose Paste from the Edit menu up top (right-clicking won't work here); slide your new tracklist copy to the right side of the label; then delete the top half of the righthand list and the bottom half of the lefthand list (by rightclicking & choosing Edit Text).
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