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How To Open Label Creator For Previously Saved Label


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OK...I've upgraded to Creator2009. I made a label. I like it...I saved it, I need to edit it. I can't figure out - in this incarnation of Roxio - how to open the file! If, in the main menu the only way to open something is to click "open saved project," and there the only choice I have is any file with a ".rox" tag. No label creator files show.

 

There doesn't appear to be any way to open Label Creator without going through "create new label" and I don't want to make a new one! HELP!!!

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You must have used Express Labeler as opposed to Label Creator

 

Not a problem though, use Windows Explorer and locate the xxxx.jwl file and double click it!

 

That will open Express Labeler wiht your label.

 

A better version, complete with File Open, is Label Creator. For some odd reason it is only available through the Start – All Programs menu…

 

A backdoor into it is through Express Labeler, Next, Next then click on Edit in Label Creator.

 

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You must have used Express Labeler as opposed to Label Creator

 

Not a problem though, use Windows Explorer and locate the xxxx.jwl file and double click it!

 

That will open Express Labeler wiht your label.

 

A better version, complete with File Open, is Label Creator. For some odd reason it is only available through the Start – All Programs menu…

 

A backdoor into it is through Express Labeler, Next, Next then click on Edit in Label Creator.

 

Thanks. I hadn't thought to use the "All Programs." You'd think we'd be able to open that element of the program from the main menu of Roxio 2009, wouldn't you?

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A lot of the recent changes to the suite are having the effect of hiding, mutating, or in some cases completely removing the stand-alone Roxio modules in favor of "simpler" Sonic modules buried in the Home application.

 

This is dismaying long-term users who miss the control these programs gave them over the processes. Many of us hope the trend might be reversed.

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Thanks. I hadn't thought to use the "All Programs." You'd think we'd be able to open that element of the program from the main menu of Roxio 2009, wouldn't you?

I think it was an oversight. It's not like adding Create Labels – Advanced would have crowded anything off the Menu tabs of the Home app :lol:

 

If you want to earse a disc, you have to open the Home app to get the menu for that... Some apps have that in there but only after you reach the Burn portion... I run XP so I can't erase a DVD without a program.

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