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Data Becker Cd Labels


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cheers is there any way i can save a data becker page set up in the list available, at the moment i have the generic page set up with right measurements but it won't let me rename it to data becker, i even went into the programe files and tried putting a data becker one in there but it didn't show up

may be i amasking too much! thanks for helping

Pat

 

Roxio EMC7

Themes and Label Formats – Modifying entries and Adding New

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I am not aware of any sources for new themes or label formats, etc.

But, you can create your own by inserting pictures and text boxes in the current themes.

And you can create your own themes by manipulating the source files.

You can also do that with label format files.

 

Theme Files:

These are .lth files and found in:

Program Files/Roxio/Easy Media Creator 7/Label Creator/Themes

 

Label Format Files:

These are .jwp files and found in:

Program Files/Roxio/Easy Media Creator 7/Label Creator/Page files

 

These files can be opened in Notepad.

You might try opening one which looks similar to the theme you want to create and modify its parameters, saving under a new name. The .lth files reference other image files you must ensure exist also. I expect some experimentation will be required to get things set up correctly for your new theme. The .lth file formats are pretty complicated, so you might be better off making an actual Label file inside Label Creator and just saving it for later use. The .jwp files look more straightforward, but experimentation will surely be required to get a new one to work.

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Being in Spain---You lucky dog :)

 

Well Pat, when you go into the EMC label maker program, on the top menu and on the extreme right end there is a small blue colored Icon of a printer. Click on that and then on the next screen click on the "Page Setup" button. There you will be able to change the position vertically, horizontally, centered or whatever etc. for the exact kind of blank labels you might have.

 

I'm certainly not familiar with the data Becker labels you are referring to but what ever they are you should be able to print to them if you position the corrections correctly as described above. It might take a few preliminary prints to get the exact settings just using a regular sheet of printer paper however.

 

Good luck..

Frank....

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Being in Spain---You lucky dog :)

 

Well Pat, when you go into the EMC label maker program, on the top menu and on the extreme right end there is a small blue colored Icon of a printer. Click on that and then on the next screen click on the "Page Setup" button. There you will be able to change the position vertically, horizontally, centered or whatever etc. for the exact kind of blank labels you might have.

 

I'm certainly not familiar with the data Becker labels you are referring to but what ever they are you should be able to print to them if you position the corrections correctly as described above. It might take a few preliminary prints to get the exact settings just using a regular sheet of printer paper however.

 

Good luck..

Frank....

 

cheers is there any way i can save a data becker page set up in the list available, at the moment i have the generic page set up with right measurements but it won't let me rename it to data becker, i even went into the programe files and tried putting a data becker one in there but it didn't show up

may be i amasking too much! thanks for helping

Pat

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It Sounds like you managed to get the correct setting for your "Becker" type labels. I am assuming you probably ahd to do a few sample runs to get them to print exactly right. Now as far as being able to go to the program where it lists all of the different types of labels (They are all listed under the heading named "Current Paper Type") and add that particular setting you have for your Becker labels is not a possibility as far as I know.

 

As a check I went to the list and picked the exact labels I have (Neato 2-up) and then tried a sample print on just a plain 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper and it did not print correctly until I went back into the settings and re-set all the horizontal, vertical and other settings. And as far as I know, even if you use the 2 label Neato sheets I, you can only print one lable at a time. I have to turn the label around and re-print it to get both labels printed.

 

You might get other replies that have additional information or things to do that I am not familiar with, so you might want to check this particular post again for others.

 

Frank......

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It Sounds like you managed to get the correct setting for your "Becker" type labels. I am assuming you probably ahd to do a few sample runs to get them to print exactly right. Now as far as being able to go to the program where it lists all of the different types of labels (They are all listed under the heading named "Current Paper Type") and add that particular setting you have for your Becker labels is not a possibility as far as I know.

 

As a check I went to the list and picked the exact labels I have (Neato 2-up) and then tried a sample print on just a plain 8-1/2 x 11 sheet of paper and it did not print correctly until I went back into the settings and re-set all the horizontal, vertical and other settings. And as far as I know, even if you use the 2 label Neato sheets I, you can only print one lable at a time. I have to turn the label around and re-print it to get both labels printed.

 

You might get other replies that have additional information or things to do that I am not familiar with, so you might want to check this particular post again for others.

 

Frank......

 

neato are the ones i use at home, but you can't buy them in spain, at the moment i have set my generic plain paper for data becker but cant save it as a data becker label so maybe you are right, thanks very much for your help, i do appreciate it

cheers Pat

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