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These templates are perfect Do you by any chance have a copy?

You have no idea how many hours I dicked around with this before i found your site and 10 minutes later I had the job done. Just go to Avery or www. You probably have your guides turned off.

I found these off of the adobe developer exchange originally http: Thanks for the link though, might come in handy! Then found 89331 Adobe site, said “fuck that. You have to re-insert the paper to do that. One averh victory in my never-ending campaign to stay out of corporate databases.

Not the world’s best, but pretty good. And some other differences. Thanks for the post. Saved me from having to create that gay Adobe account. I went through the same scenario. When you say that what you see on the monitor isn’t the same as what prints, what do you mean, exactly?


Who is online Users browsing this forum: Downloaded and installed it today. Actually it did work for Macs too. I’m try to design some new business cards and I’m using Avery Clean Edge Business card and it would be so much easier if I had the Template to design in Photoshop instead of Microsoft word.

Also, business cards might be a little easier since they are square you can set your document to dpi and make the size 8. I bought the CD labels from Avery but it only came with some bullshit software that I would have to install on my computer. I cringed when I opened the template for Word and realized it’d be much easier to do custom labels with Photoshop.

I’m using the Avery template. I’m going to print up CD labels for my buddies new Album.

I went to their crappy website to look for a some templte of generic template that I could bring into Photoshop to make their label. I think it’s under the “Views” menu option.

CD/DVD Label Templates

On the monitor, however, all you see is one disc. When you click Print, a small print preview is displayed. All I have are the ones listed above. The templates show guidelines so you can save time laying out your pages. We’re cautioned not to print a sheet twice. Skip to main content Skip to navigation. I ran a plain sheet of paper through the printer.


The paper sheet has two discs, one above the other. We really need to have.


Avery CD DVD (US) CD DVD labels, Avery CD DVD (US) CD DVD label template

Hilarious, I made that same hand gesture when I landed on the avery page. I use Open Office, temppate somehow the mailing label template got screwed up and I couldn’t fix it. This is exactly what I needed for Postcards.

Guess this question can be considered closed. Am using an HP printer. That will cause two discs to print on the same sheet. You sir, are the anti-dote to shitty Avery software.

You’re right, you have to have an account to download the file, and it is crap I’m sure I’m missing something simple — specifying the template should display what the sheet looks like — but I can’t see what it is. I am also a Mac, and I had just about given vaery

You can download them directly from me. Would seem I should be able to edit both discs individually. What version are you using? Let me guess, The crappy software that came tenplate the labels wasn’t even mac compatible? That’s because one disc needs to be labeled Disc 1, the other disc labeled Disc 2. So I need to edit each disc individually, not print two copies of the same disc.