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  08-27-2009, 12:20 AM
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You can take regular 8.5x11 or A4 sized paper, this software, and an inkjet, to create custom CD or DVD sleeves for projects. Not a bad idea!



Buy it here for only $10: http://esd.element5.com/product.html...teid=200090279
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You can also take a sleeve and unfold it, measure the dimensions of the folds/creases and 'make' your own template in Microsoft Publisher.
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That's what I would do too (except I'd use Photoshop), but this is a product made for the lazy.
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seems cheap enough just buying sleeves then wasting paper and ink
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Here's a template I made for live music. It's for 2CDs though. But you don't have to put a disc in the other side if ya don't wanna. I also included a jpg-compressed template for one you might want to edit/print in Photoshop. The actual template I use is an illustrator file, but it's too big to attach. Anyways, it's 300dpi.

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Hey, where'd the attachments go?


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  08-29-2009, 07:13 PM
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I fixed it. You can't upload large JPEG images as JPG/JPEG files, must put them inside ZIP/RAR files. PDF fine as-is.
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OK. Thanks.
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