> LOL.. I was afraid of that but was looking for an easy way out. I
> did see a CD labelmaker program for macs at MicroCenter but didn't
> see any refills. So you're suggesting that I make the template
> myself and copy/paste/fill in the template w/ the .jpg file or
That's what I did.
There are some label-making programs out there, but I have never
found one that I liked. They are usually very limited in their
capabilities. Often a fixed palette of background images, with no
ability for you to add your own. And very limited capabilities in
terms of what kinds of text/image overlays you can place over those
I'm used to using drawing tools with a little more power. The ones
in AppleWorks are better. The ones in MS Office are very good. A
more expensive package like Photoshop is even better than that.
So in exchange for a few hours of measuring and testing (to get the
coordinates for my template), I've got all the resources of my
drawing tools to use. What do the label-making programs offer? They
offer built-in coordinates for a sheet of labels and absolutely
I personally don't think it's worth using a garbage program just
because it includes a table of four numbers. Especially when it's
very simple for you to make that table on your own.
-- David >> Stay informed about: making CD labels