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romasurus

Label Maker 2010

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Just installed Creator 2010 and attempted to open the labels from my previous Roxio Creator 10 program.

Creator 2010 will not open the Creator 10 labels. What am I missing. Am I supposed to recreate all of these labels that I am using? Is there a program to convert the old labels.

I had this same problem about 5 years ago when I upgraded to a newer Roxio, you would think this has been rectified by now.

This doesn't make NY sense

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Something was changed at the time Easy Media Creator 10.1 was published.

 

Suddenly Label Creator would not read or work with saved labels from earlier versions - LC10.1 would not even read saved labels from version 10.

 

Creator 2009 [a.k.a. EMC 11] and Creator 2010 [EMC 12] seem to be using the version 10.1 code.

 

In C2010 you can use saved labels down as far as version 10.1, but forget any from versions earlier than that. :(

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Thank you Brendon,

You are correct, I just received this reply from Technical Support.

 

" A Roxio Agent has responded to your ticket! (# 796610)

 

Dear customer,

Thank you for your email

 

Roxio software are not backward comaptible with older project version.

 

Regards

Roxio Technical Support. "

 

I have 40 + labels that I use all of the time. I should recreate them one at a time or worse yet, I should run 2 versions of Roxio EMC 10 and Creator 2010 on my computer so that I can access the old version label creator?

I can't even just install the Label Maker program from the EMC10, the minimum is the basic suite. This doesn't make ANY sense at ALL. This is not efficient. I wonder if there is a logical reason for this.

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This is not efficient. I wonder if there is a logical reason for this.

We started wondering that at the time of the change. We're still wondering . . :mellow:

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