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Avery 694384 Full Face CD Labels (A4 Sheets of Round 117 mm, 2 Labels per Sheet, 100 Sheets) - White
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- Avery CD labels have practical, removable wings to help you centralise your design without touching the label
- Made from QuickDRY material for a smudge-free result
- Back up and clearly label your work and it doesn't take long when using these CD labels
- Save time with easy-to-use, free templates and software
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Avery's free online templates and step-by-step instructions will help make these CD labels easy to use and print, it is so simple to create your own CD labels and input your own titles or messages. You can store all those memories in one place by creating a CD of digital photos. It’s a way to show friends, family or colleagues a large number of pictures. If you take a lot of photos and create several CDs, you’ll need a way to identify what’s on each one. Use CD Labels to display the contents such as family holiday 2013 or Christmas 2012. These Full Face CD Labels give you more space to design your own CD Labels so you can create personalised text and graphics. You can even personalise every single CD label to make the recipient feel special. Printing is easy with free software from Avery.
Avery has been developing template and software solutions for over 20 years and offer various free tools to help you print including Design and Print software, templates for Microsoft Word, downloadable Avery Wizard for use with Microsoft Office and applications for tablets and mobiles. Here you’ll find all sorts of inspiring pre-designs, templates and creative tools. Design and Print enables you to create looking labels, cards and transfers to suit any occasion. Whether you need to run a mail merge, send a package to an old friend, create fun stickers, some enhanced business cards or you simply need some smart labels to organise your office or home, Avery Design and Print can help you make them look fine and print easily. Following simple steps on or offline or even on your tablet, you can easily add a logo, photos, text or even a barcode to your design.
Top Customer Reviews
The labels are easy to apply but, as always, do it with care as they will stick well.
1. The print quality is consistent
2. paper is better (don't ever buy labels from staples)
3. easy to apply (don't use the applicator tool; just do it by hand it works fine!)
Saw a comment that this product is not particularly good; i am curious to see then which product is better?
A review added in June, 2010, claims "The purchase of the Avery Disc Labels was a complete waste of money. There is a fault in the manufacturing process which has cut the connection between the disc and the locating tabs. The advertising and the diagram on the box indicate that the label can be applied using the Avery after Burner applicator but, this is not possible as the locating tags are not connected to the disc face when peeled off the label backing sheet. I feel a refund of the money paid would be in order as the labels are not fit for purpose."
The tags are supposed to separate easily from the label so, once the label is positioned on the CD/DVD, they can be removed cleanly. If you peel the label off the sheet carefully, the tags do not separate until you want them to.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent product and soooo much nicer than writing on the CD/DVD with a marker pen. This is now the 3rd lot I've bought, and definitely recommended.Published 9 months ago by Simon Reeves
Item as described,quickly dispatched & received. Thankyou.Published 16 months ago by graham thornalley