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Cd Label Printing Drivers


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I have self adhesive CD lables which are precut and are 2 in-line on A4 size paper. How do I get the programme to print to this layout as I can't seem to find a way of changing the default layout which is one label offset. thanks

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I have self adhesive CD lables which are precut and are 2 in-line on A4 size paper. How do I get the programme to print to this layout as I can't seem to find a way of changing the default layout which is one label offset. thanks

 

Which of the two labeling programs are you using -standard or advanced.? I do not have NXT on this computer so my answers and questions are based on Creator 2012.

 

Make sure you select Commercial paper. From there you have a lot of choices for layout. If you would have told us what label you were using, we could have given you more information.

 

When you decide which one to use, you may want to print on a blank sheet of paper to assure that the labels are line up correctly with the label sheet. There are adjustments to do some off setting.

 

Note that you select which of the two labels you want to print by clicking on the preview. You can print the top one, the bottom one only or both at the same time. Always feed the labels the same way so you don't have to realign the printer.

 

Let us know if this works for you (please).

 

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