Printer Creations Labels By Jot

Printer Creations Labels By Jot

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Great Falls, MT

#21 Jan 24, 2009
Jeannie wrote:
You can get a free 15 day AMF label creator trial & if you like it, it costs around $30.00 to buy.
The Avery Template doesn't work with the Dollar Tree labels. Yeah I used the search engine & found the templates but they don't work at all with these labels. try the above info & see if that works for you.The AMF label creator is easy to use & a fast download. Hope this helped.
Hello. I am a newby with these labels too. How do i find the AMF prgram?? Thanks

Great Falls, MT

#22 Jan 24, 2009
How do I find the AMF program?? Thanks for any help.

United States

#23 Apr 5, 2009
Come on you all! I am working on a template right now. I'll take the hit of having to use one sheet to build the template. I'll let you know when I am done with it.

Watertown, NY

#24 May 16, 2009
myjettabug wrote:
You can make avery 8931 template work with printer creations labels. Just cut 3 1/2mm's thats almost 1 1/2 inches off the case spine label side of the printer creations label. Insert it in the printer with the cut off side to the right and print!!! It Works.
Well, it works OK as long as you don't add a background. The bottom label isn't quite lined up. But if you just want a label without a background it's fine.

Mansfield, TX

#25 Jun 11, 2009
I used microsoft digital images. made a few adjustment and it work fine...

Siloam Springs, AR

#26 Jun 17, 2009
onehappysistah wrote:
I used microsoft digital images. made a few adjustment and it work fine...
Works for me as well. Besides, what's all the fuss over one or two lables. I think I can spare a few as the end cost is apx 70% less than that of Avery or other comparable lables.

New York, NY

#27 Jun 25, 2009
Beeg wrote:
I have used the DVD/CD labels from the Dollar Tree and have absolutely no problem printing on them as long as I go the the Printer Creations by Jot website and download their template. Easy as pie.
chack out this nurse who keeps getting arrested for seriouse felonies at the same dr office she is employed at and why she still a nurse and working there?

New York, NY

#28 Jun 25, 2009
search nurse kelly krupp cicero . what a cover up and the education dept and state is to blame

Lutsk, Ukraine

#29 Aug 7, 2009
I use this [url= products/cd-dvd-label-maker/]C D cover creator[/url] because it is easy to use and can make not only CD labels but origami CD cases and paper sleeves.

Lutsk, Ukraine

#30 Aug 7, 2009
Last month I was looking for a CD label maker in software catalogs.There were many good programs, but only one [url= products/cd-dvd-label-maker/]C D cover maker[/url] can make not only CD labels but origami CD cases and paper sleeves.

Waxhaw, NC

#31 Oct 11, 2009
I agree............The Acoustica CD/DVD labeler program is fabulous for the dollar tree labels. The 20 dollar cost is well worth it.

Tucson, AZ

#32 Oct 27, 2009
to use the dollar tree cd/dvd labels - go into your printer settings and choose page set up >the cd label option>adjust label settings - you can change the margins how ever you want>run a print on plain paper to test margins
Sherry Brentwood CA

Oakley, CA

#33 Feb 4, 2010
I love the Dollar Tree labels for CD's and their 30/page address labels as well. As for the CD labels I began with an Avery template and then had to tweak it. It took me maybe 30 minutes but soon I was up and running.
I didn't see these labels at the Dollar Store most recently. I hope they continue to carry them. It's sure nice to not pay $25.00 or more- Avery's price.

Birmingham, AL

#34 Apr 16, 2010
I bought the CD/DVD labels from dollar tree and love them. I too had a hard time trying to get them to work at first. But I found a very good solution that works very well.

First download the free version of Avery DesignPro Software. Link below.

Once you have downloaded and installed Avery DesignPro software. You will now need to calibrate the printer setting in DesignPro. In the Printer calibration screen. Leave everything set to the default. Set the A (horizontal) to 35 and leave the B (vertical)set to zero.

Now this will offset the printer so that the software will print correctly when you select the 8931 templet in the design Pro software.

Note this will only allow you to use the CD/DVD round labels on the sheet. The other labels on the sheet are pretty much useless.

Hope this helped,


Naples, FL

#36 Apr 25, 2010
I use acoustica cd/dvd label maker. easy to use, and works with the printer creations template. look for it in the drop down menu.

Fort Myers, FL

#37 May 29, 2010
Jeannie wrote:
I use Doller Tree CD/DVD label Paper and when I use AMF CD/DVD label maker, on the layout I click on Creations by Jot & this works better that what I'm supposed to be using,(Avery 8931). It pays to just see what works. I haven't ever tried Jot paper. The Doller Tree paper costs $1.00 for 30 labels, so I love it!
I bout the same labels> What program did you use to create the labels. The one in Word only allows for one labe but the paper has two. Thanks.

Fort Myers, FL

#38 May 29, 2010
I also bought that packet of labels from the Dollar store. What program did you use? The Word template does not allow for two labels, only one. Thanks.

Dallas, TX

#39 Jul 24, 2010
I use the labels from dollar tree with acoustica, it works perfectly. You can use the Avery8931 templeate and edit it to fit exactly. Using this labeler you can move the position of the objects on template and then it will save the settings once you have them the way you like them. Great program to add your on picts for backgrounds.

Dallas, TX

#40 Jul 24, 2010
Val wrote:
I also bought that packet of labels from the Dollar store. What program did you use? The Word template does not allow for two labels, only one. Thanks.
Acoustica allows you to edit any template to fit the labels. I use the avvery8931 then move the objects to fit the paper I am using. It automatically saves it after you have it set the way you want.

Syracuse, NY

#42 Jul 26, 2010

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