Hello all. I would like to be able to purchase self-adhesive CD labels and
print a variety of images on those labels for affixing to recordable CDs.
My ignorance on this topic is profound and I'm not certain if it is possible
to do without sight. Many years ago I had a friend print some CD labels for
a few CDs I had and although she is sighted she found it tricky aligning the
sheets with the round self-adhesive CD labels in the printer, or should I
say aligning the printer software before printing the labels.
So! I have a number of questions. Firstly I don't own a printer and if I
were to embark on this project which printer would be best for this purpose;
laser or inkjet? Secondly how do you go about configuring the printer to
print the images on to the round label (there is normally 2 round labels to
a sheet. Apart from the printer what software is necessary to accomplish
this task and is the software accessible (I use Jaws).
Another thought just occurred to me and that is whilst there are two round
labels to a sheet can you print a different image onto each label or must
the same image be printed on to both?
As I said, I've never done this before and I don't even own a printer so I
hope I've made what I would like to do clear and I've not confused things..
With thanks. Walter