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    free cd cover design software

    anyone recommend anything please? dont have a label printer or a direct-to-cd printer but just looking for something to print to paper and stick onto the cd top

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    Would a Photoshop template be any good?

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    unfortunately its for a computer illiterate nursery teacher, so something point and click is needed..

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    Do you want something that can print the round labels, or the actual inserts? (Have you checked your burning software, btw? There's quite often a basic prog bundled).

    P.S. If the former, I was under the impression that this wasn't a great idea (even with an "applier") as it can imbalance the disc. Could be an old wives' tale, though.
    Last edited by LeMarchand; 14th June 2010 at 10:55 AM. Reason: P.S.

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    Pretty sure the Press It software is free - they hope you'll but the hardware to go with it.

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    @RabbieBurnsPlease remove your sig. It's almost 500k in size and we are receiving complaints from those on slower connections.

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    haha and Im sure the content isnt whats being complained about

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    CoverXP is also pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    CoverXP is also pretty good
    Ah cheers, Ive used that before. Thanks

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    Publisher has CD Templates built into it assuming you have publisher on the PC

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    Acoustica is free for schools, prints the discs and covers. I would suggest getting a direct-to-CD printer though, as I've found the sticky labels tend to come off after a while.

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