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Peter Urbanski wrote:
Thanks for the information on Disc Cover 3. I went to Amazon and looked at 4 reviews and users were not too happy with Disc Cover; everyone gave it ** out of 5. I'll probably stay away from this program. Here is a link to the Amazon reviews.
I've been involved with BeLight's products for several years. They have an entire suite starting with Swift Publisher and other modular things like business cards, CD labels, a font transmorgifying tool, etc. I use them whenever I need a quick and dirty printed solution most commonly business cards, disk labels, flyers. (In a word when I don't want to go thru the hassle of dealing with InDesign.) I've never had any problems with Disk Cover so don't know what the Amazon reviewers are on about. You do have to match the label package to one of DC's predefined views (although you can set up one of your own without a whole lot of trouble.) I use Avery's and have had no problems on the 30-40 disks I've done.
Speaking of Avery, if you buy their product they have a web based and I think still a downloadable program that allows you to layout only for their products. I found their paper to be better than their programming so haven't looked at in a long time. Based on my experience (and the trivial price) I'd go with Disk Cover. You might consider their package deals where you can get all their programs for significantly less than buying individually. As I said, I wouldn't use it for fine art work or publishing a book or any sort of heavy lifting, but within their design parameters they've all worked well for me.