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Convert labels in format .jwl in another format


luisito424

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I would doubt it - but I can't see why anyone would want the labels converted to a spreadsheet format in the first place.

 

Word I wouldn't be certain about - if there was some way of importing them as graphics, it may be possible, but I don't think .jwl is on the supported list for the Word graphics filters.

 

However, you could try this method

 

Open the program and click under 'Features' on JCC. Open your JWL in this window and hit Alt-PrintScreen. Now open any graphics program (even MS Paint) and click on 'Edit/Paste'. Do some cropping and save as BMP.

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I would doubt it - but I can't see why anyone would want the labels converted to a spreadsheet format in the first place.

 

Word I wouldn't be certain about - if there was some way of importing them as graphics, it may be possible, but I don't think .jwl is on the supported list for the Word graphics filters.

 

However, you could try this method

 

Open the program and click under 'Features' on JCC. Open your JWL in this window and hit Alt-PrintScreen. Now open any graphics program (even MS Paint) and click on 'Edit/Paste'. Do some cropping and save as BMP.

Hi gi7omy, thanks for answering. I want to keep all my music records in excel and after in Acces because I have many cd's and I want to organize all my song's titles, artists and/or groups. I think iwhen I use Excel or Acces I can sort my titles and artist in a best way. I usually print my labels with Label Creator 6. It's an easy way to have the labels but it doesn't permit to do another thing with the track's names.

Thank you again, Luis Font :(

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