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Label Creator Background Background Image Problem


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I am designing with EMC10 label creator a disc label. If I add an image with edit background the image is kind of greyed out on the screen and if I print the disc. If I add an image with add image it looks fine (but I cannot put it in the background). How can I add images as background without having them greyed out?

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I am designing with EMC10 label creator a disc label. If I add an image with edit background the image is kind of greyed out on the screen and if I print the disc. If I add an image with add image it looks fine (but I cannot put it in the background). How can I add images as background without having them greyed out?

Thank you

 

For better control of your background image, try adding your background image with the Add Image button. Move it around around to just where you want it. Once you do that, use the Transparency setting to lighten it if you want (click on the number or the drop-down arrow to access the adjustable slider) so that it doesn't compete with your other elements (text, etc.). Use the Send to Back button to put your background image on the bottom layer so that all of your other elements will be on top of it. (You may have to click the Send to Back button a couple of times depending on how many other elements are on it.)

 

(Edit: The screen capture is from C2009, but IIRC, it should work the same in EMC10.)

 

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