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cheeleng

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I need to print a CD label to my label sheet which have 2 CD labels in a sheet. I have tried using the stock sample which comes

from the software but none come to a clean print some appear offset to the label which I intend to print on it.I tried the setting

using the custom setting but it will print not according to my setting which I input to it. My stock sheet size is 127x250 mm. 5

mm. between the 2 CD labels, OS.XP Pro. SP3. my printer canon m198. Can I do or design a template of the size of my stock sheet, how to do it.

Hoping someone can help. Thanks.
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Ztruker

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Who is the manufacturer of the CD label paper? Often you can download a program to create CD labels from the manufacturer.
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Who is the manufacturer of the CD label paper? Often you can download a program to create CD labels from the manufacturer.

Thanks for the respond. The pack I bought does not have any manufacturer or any names it is rather a repack of a certain brand I think in my opinion that is why I quote the size of the CD label sheet.
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Sorry ut I have no idea how to help you. If it was Avery or Memorex or similar I could help but with name it's impossible to make any suggestions.
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