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Table of Contents
1 Getting Started....6
1.1 Introduction... 6 1.2 How This Manual is Organized.. 6 1.2.1 Notes for the User.... 7
Informationen on Cover Designer...8
2.1 Introduction... 8 2.2 Program Structure.... 8 2.2.1 Cover Elements... 9 2.2.2 Toolbar.... 9 184.108.40.206 Line Tool.... 10 220.127.116.11 Rectangle tool... 12 18.104.22.168 Oval tool... 14 22.214.171.124 Text box tool... 15 126.96.36.199 Text tool... 16 188.8.131.52 Tracklist tool.... 18 184.108.40.206 Index Tool... 20 220.127.116.11 Image tool... 22 18.104.22.168 Field tool.... 24
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Ruler... 28 Guidelines.... 28 Grid.... 29 Zoom.... 30 Clip objects.... 30
4.1 Default Settings... 32 4.2 Program Settings.... 33 4.2.1 Tab 'General'... 33 4.2.2 Tab 'Folders'... 34 4.2.3 Tab 'Paper stocks'... 34 4.2.4 Tab 'Print'... 35 4.2.5 Tab 'Undo'.... 35 4.3 Printing... 36 4.3.1 Tab 'General'... 36 4.3.2 Tab 'Elements'... 37
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4.4 Printing preview... 38 4.5 Printer setup... 39 4.6 Paper Stocks Selection.. 39 4.6.1 Printer Calibration... 40
5.1 Introduction... 42 5.2 Selecting the type of cover, CD, DVD or business card.. 42 5.3 Booklet Design... 44 5.3.1 Booklet (Front)... 44 5.3.2 Booklet (Rear)... 47 5.4 Add Document Data... 50 5.5 Create Inlay.... 52 5.6 Label Design... 58
6.1 6.2 Create template... 63 Load or Modify Document Template... 67
7.1 Introduction... 68 7.2 Using Effects... 68 7.2.1 Effects 'Adjust'... 70 7.2.2 Effects 'Filters'... 70 7.2.3 Effects 'Flip'... 72 7.2.4 Effect 'Negate'... 72 7.2.5 Effect 'Pinch'... 73 7.2.6 Effect 'Swirl'... 74 7.2.7 Effect 'Rotate'.... 75 7.3 Fitting to the Frame Size... 76
Text Block Editing...78
8.1 Introduction... 78 8.2 'Properties' Window... 79 8.2.1 'Textbox' Tab... 79 8.2.2 'Pen' Tab.... 80 8.2.3 'Brush' Tab... 82 8.2.4 'Image' Tab... 84
Editing Artistic Text..86
9.1 Introduction... 86 9.2 'Properties' Window... 87 9.2.1 'Pen' Tab.... 87 9.2.2 'Brush' Tab... 89 9.2.3 'Text' Tab... 91
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'Font' Tab... 92
10.1 Introduction... 93 10.2 Adding Files and Tracks... 94 10.3 Files, Folders and Tracks... 97 10.3.1 Naming Files and Folders... 97 10.3.2 Deleting Files and Folders.. 98 10.3.3 Naming Tracks... 98 10.3.4 Deleting Tracks.... 99
11.1 Introduction... 100 11.2 Adding a Field... 101 11.3 Editing fields.... 102 11.3.1 Tab 'Field'... 103 11.3.2 Tab 'Pen'... 104 11.3.3 Tab Brush.... 106 11.3.4 Tab Text... 108 11.3.5 'Tab 'Font'... 109
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These instructions will show you how to quickly create and design your own CD, DVD or Business card cover. The program is very comprehensive and powerful, so we will only present the most important features. We will omit some parts of the program or will only touch on them briefly. You will find detailed information about Cover Designer in the online help which you can access at any time by pressing the F1 key. You can also look up current information about Cover Designer on the Internet at www.nero.com.
1.2 How This Manual is Organized
This manual contains practical examples for creating various cover elements as well as program reference material. The individual chapters present the following information: Chapter 1 gives you an overview of the manual's structure and familiarizes you with the symbols that are used. Chapter 2 introduces Cover Designer and its cover elements and provides a brief description of the program's structure. The toolbar and its use will be explained to you. Chapter 3 presents various aids that help you create and align objects, for example guidelines. Chapter 4 shows you where you can define the appearance of the various cover elements by modifying the default and program settings. It also describes how you select paper stocks and calibrate the printer kalibrieren and specify printing options. Chapter 5 guides you step by step through the process of creating a CD cover. By following the instructions, you can modify the design of each cover element and compare your results with the illustrations. You will be surprised how easy it is to achieve the results you want. Chapter 6 shows you how to give a uniform appearance to your CD covers by creating and loading document templates and modifying them again as needed.
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Chapter 7 introduces you to the world of graphics design. You can choose among a seemingly endless range of effects. To round off the topic, we give you examples and information for adapting the image size to the document. Chapter 8 presents editing features for text blocks and gives a detailed description of the corresponding 'Textbox', 'Pen', 'Brush' and 'Image' tabs. Chapter 9 presents artistic text design features and provides a detailed description of the corresponding 'Pen', 'Brush', 'Text' and 'Font' tabs. The 'Bent' function is emphasized, which allows you to fit artistic text to the curvature of the CD. Chapter 10 shows you how to add, name or delete files, folders and tracks for you document data. Chapter 11 presents editing features for fields and gives a detailed description of the corresponding tabs 'Field', 'Pen', 'Brush', 'Text' and 'Font'. Chapter 12 lets you quickly find the information you want using the index created here.
1.2.1 Notes for the User
The following symbols are used in this manual:
This symbol means 'warning' or 'caution'. It identifies very important information. Failure to comply with the information leads to undesirable program behavior. This symbol stands for 'useful tip' or 'nice to know'. It indicates important or informative items.
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Informationen on Cover Designer
The Cover Designer was specially created to allow the design and production of CD, DVD and Business card covers via a userfriendly interface. It is included in some of Ahead softwares products and can be initiated by clicking on the respective icon. One of the advantages of integrating the Cover Designer into some of Aheads products is the ability to automatically create playlists and/or filename lists, thus saving you the annoyance of having to manually type them in. In addition, playlists from external sources (such as FreeDB) can queried/used. When a document is created, the CD type and the number of disks included is defined. All corresponding cover elements appear at the lower frame of the screen. You can activate them by clicking on the appropriate tab. If all cover elements have been processed, the cover is finished and can be printed. A variety of functions is available to the user: Create new graphics Import graphics using a scanner Add existing graphics Define graphics as background images Edit graphics Deform graphics using special effects Add text Format text Add fields
2.2 Program Structure
The structure of Cover Designer conforms to standard Windows conventions: a menu bar, various icon bars and a status bar. The workspace of Cover Designer displays the cover element selected, which you can format using text and/or image elements. The most important aid to use when designing cover elements is the toolbar at the lower frame of the screen.
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2.2.1 Cover Elements
The type and number of cover elements depends on the type of media selected. A cover includes the following elements e.g.: Booklet (front): front side of the title insert Booklet (Rear): back side of the title insert Inlay: back side of the CD/DVD as inlay in the CD/DVD case Disk: designation of a sticker (label) in the shape of a CD/DVD
The table below provides you with a quick overview of the most important icons in Cover Designer. The icons on the toolbar have the following functions: Selection tool to mark objects Line tool to draw lines Rectangle tool to draw rectangles and squares Oval tool to draw ellipses and circles Text box tool to insert a text box. Double click to open a window for text entry (block of text) Artistic text tool to insert artistic text Track list tool to insert a track list for audio CDs etc. Directory tool to insert a directory for data CDs etc. Image tool to insert saved images Field tool to insert fields, such as title, artist, number of tracks, playing time.
Basic points for editing the inserted tool elements: Change the size of the marked element by dragging the drag points with the mouse. Turn the marked elements by dragging the small curved arrow with the mouse. Alter the position by drag & drop, i.e. the marked element is held by the mouse and dragged to the desired position. Exact editing of marked elements, either with a double click or by right clicking.
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The line tool is activated by clicking on the Draw a line by dragging the mouse pointer. Edit the marked line exactly by right clicking. A context menu will then open. button and allows you to:
Arrange the elements in the foreground, in the background, one level forward or one level back. Align elements exactly by activating or deactivating various options.
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Determine the exact position of elements, either by input or by using the arrow keys.
Select the color and thickness of the pen line.
Change the width of the pen line in the 'Width' field, either by input or by using the arrow keys. Select a color by clicking on a hue in the color circle. The color in the 'Color' field will then change according to your choice. The brightness can be regulated if necessary by moving the marker on the color bar on the right. Colors can be defined by input, by selecting color values in the 'Hue', 'Saturation' and 'Brightness' fields or by selecting color proportions in the 'Red', 'Green' and 'Blue' fields.
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Remove the pen line by clicking on the no longer visible.
button i.e. the line is
The rectangle tool is activated by clicking on the Draw a rectangle by dragging the mouse pointer. Change the shape to a square by moving the drag points with the mouse. Edit the marked rectangle exactly by right clicking. button and allows you to:
Becomes active when several elements are marked with the 'Ctrl' key held down. The 'Group' command allows all these elements to be edited simultaneously. Becomes active when several elements are grouped. The command 'Ungroup' allows each of the elements to be edited individually. Arranges the elements in the foreground, in the background, one level forward or one level back. Aligns elements exactly by activating or deactivating various options.
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Determines the exact position of elements, either by input or by using the arrow keys.
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Selects the color for the foreground or background.
The text tool for the input of graphic text is activated by clicking on the and allows you to: button
Insert a graphic text by clicking with the mouse into the workspace and inserting the text. For any further editing it can be marked with the button.
Edit a marked text exactly by right clicking. A context menu will then open.
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The functions 'Group', 'Ungroup', 'Arrange' 'Align' and 'Geometry' in the context menu are identical with those described above (see chapter 'Rectangle tool'). 'Bend' 'Convert to curve' 'Properties' Bend the graphic text, e.g. to create a label. Text blocks in a text box cannot be bent. Convert a graphic text to a graphic element. After the conversion it can no longer be edited, bent or formatted.
Edit graphic text on the tab 'Font'. Select the font in the 'Font' region by clicking on the desired font. Select the font style in the 'Font style' region by clicking on, e.g. 'Normal' or 'Italic'. If the 'Crossed out' box is activated the graphic text will appear crossed out. If the 'Underlined' box is activated the graphic text will appear underlined. Change the font size in the region 'Size' by clicking on the
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required size. Show all changes in the region 'Example' before accepting the input by clicking on the 'OK' button. The tabs 'Pen', 'Brush', 'Text' and the expression 'Graphic text' are described in detail in the chapter 'Editing Artistic Text'.
The tracklist tool is activated by clicking on the Insert a tracklist by dragging the mouse pointer. Edit the marked tracklist exactly by right clicking. A context menu will then open. button and allows you to:
The functions 'Group', 'Ungroup', 'Arrange', 'Align' and 'Geometry' are identical with those described above (see chapter 'Rectangle tool').
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Edit the appropriate data in the self-opening window.
A detailed description of how to edit document data can be found in the chapter 'Document Datas'. 'Properties'
Edit the track properties with the tab 'Tracks'. Select the disk index appropriate to the tracklist in the field 'Disk'. Stipulate the index of the first and last visible audio tracks in the fields 'First track' and 'Last track'. Select a predefined style for the illustration of the tracklist in the field 'Style'. Stipulate the line spacing in the field 'Line spacing'. Stipulate the page on which the tracklist contents should be
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aligned in the field 'Align'. Adapt the size of the contents to the printable area by activating the box 'Adapt text to shape'. Show a preview of the latest tracklist by activating the box 'Show example window'. 'Fields' region: Select a field that is available in the chosen style. Using the control box you can select whether the field is visible or invisible. Select a predefined format specific to the marked field and the alignment of the field text using the drop down buttons. Select the color and font for the marked field by clicking on the color field or by clicking on the font button. Select the font size for the marked field compared with other fields either by input or by using the arrow keys. Enter an individual text that should always appear either before or after the marked field in the fields 'Text before' or 'Text after'. The tabs 'Pen', 'Brush' and 'Image' are described in detail in the chapter 'Text Block Editing'.
The functions 'Data' and 'Properties' can be called up via the moveable toolbar that appears after inserting a tracklist.
The index tool is activated by clicking on the button Insert an index by dragging the mouse pointer. Edit the marked index exactly by right clicking. A context menu will then open. and allows you to:
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The functions 'Group', 'Ungroup', 'Arrange', 'Align' and 'Geometry' in the context menu are identical with those decribed above (see chapter 'Rectangle tool'). 'Data' Edit the appropriate document data in a self-opening window.
You can find a detailed description of how to edit document data in the chapter 'Document Datas'. 'Properties'
Edit the index properties on the tab 'Index': Select the appropriate disk index in the field 'Disk'. Stipulate the index of the first and last visible file or index entry in the fields 'First track' and 'Last track'. Select a predefined style for illustrating the index in the field 'Style'. Enter the line spacing in the field 'Line spacing'. Stipulate the page on which the index content should be
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aligned in the field 'Align'. Adapt the size of the content for the printable area by activating the box 'Adapt text to shape'. Show a preview of the latest index by activating the box 'Show example window'. 'Fields' region: Select a field that is available in the selected style. Using the control box you can select whether the field is visible or invisible. Select a predefined format specific to the marked field and the alignment of the field text using the drop down buttons. Select the color and font for the marked field by clicking on the color field or by clicking on the font button. Select the font size for the marked field compared with other fields either by input or by using the arrow keys. Enter an individual text that should always appear either before or after the marked field in the fields 'Text before' or 'Text after'. The tabs 'Pen', 'Brush' and 'Image' are described in detail in the chapter 'Text Block Editing'.
The functions 'Data' and 'Properties' can also be called up via the moveable toolbar that appears after inserting the field.
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The ruler, which appears at the left upper side of the application window, makes it easier to set the size and position of objects. The ruler is displayed by default. If it is not displayed, you can make it visible using the 'Ruler' item on the 'View' menu.
Guidelines are lines that help you align objects. They can be either horizontal or vertical. 1. Select 'Guidelines' from the 'View' menu.
2. Enter the desired (horizontal or vertical) position and click on the 'Add' button.
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3. Repeat the entry for each additional reference line. 4. Click on the 'OK' button to close the window. The reference lines you have created are identified by a dotted red line.
If 'Snap to guidelines' is active in the 'View' menu, objects are automatically aligned to the guidelines when they are moved or drawn near the lines. The fastest way to create guidelines is to click with the left mouse button into the ruler at the top of the application window and drag a guideline into the workspace.
In a way similar to guidelines, the grid helps you align objects. The grid is a row of dots with uniform horizontal and vertical spacing. 1. Select the 'Grid Setup' command on the 'View' menu.
2. Enter the horizontal and vertical grid spacing you want. 3. Click on the 'OK' button to close the window. The grid is then displayed.
If the option 'Snap to grid' is active in the 'View' menu, objects are automatically aligned to the grid when they are moved or drawn near the lines.
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The command 'Zoom' in the 'View' menu provides various possibilities for detailed editing.
Zoom In: For magnifying the workspace. Keyboard shortcut: 'Ctrl' key and the '+' key on the numeric key block. Zoom Out: For shrinking the workspace. Keyboard shortcut: 'Ctrl' key and the '-' key on the numeric key block. Zoom All: Restores the original size of the workspace. Zoom Region: For magnification of parts of the workspace by dragging the special mouse pointer.
3.5 Clip objects
The command 'Clip objects' in the 'View' menu enables you to adjust the object to the frame size of the cover element, clipping everything outside the printable area from the object. Complete picture
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4.1 Default Settings
Default settings define the appearance of various elements of Cover Designer. Use 'Default settings' on the 'Object' menu and the command 'Default properties' to display and modify default settings.
Pen: Defines the width and color of the pen. Brush: Defines the style and the selection of foreground and background colors. Font: Defines the font, style, size and display type. Field: Defines various field functions, such as alignment and number format.
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Directory: Defines the appearance of the directory tool. Tracks: Defines the appearance of the track tool.
4.2 Program Settings
Program settings define the appearance of various Cover Design elements. Use the 'Preferences' command on the 'File' menu to display and modify program settings.
4.2.1 Tab 'General'
Defines the display of messages and of the font used in the dialogues.
4.2.2 Tab 'Folders'
Defines the directories for documents, templates and import files. Presets can be entered by typing into the field or by clicking the corresponding 'Browse' button.
4.2.3 Tab 'Paper stocks'
Defines the standard paper profile for every cover element in Cover Designer. This defines the type of paper on which the cover element will be printed. So it doesnt need to be adjusted again before every printing process. If the option 'Print elements by default' is active, the marked element will be printed without having to set this on the tab 'Printing/Elements' (see 'Tab 'Elements').
4.2.4 Tab 'Print'
Defines the print area, starts the calibration process and adjusts the settings (see chapter 'Printer Calibration').
4.2.5 Tab 'Undo'
Defines which option is used for the undo operation. It is possible to limit the size of the reserved memory for undo operations, to limit the number of possible undo steps, or to allow unlimited undo.
The following printing commands are in the menu 'File': 'Print', 'Print Preview', 'Print Setups' and 'Paper stocks'. The Print dialog can be opened by clicking on the 'Print' command in the 'File' menu.
4.3.1 Tab 'General'
The 'General' tab is in the foreground for: 'Printer': Displaying the current printer. 'Print to file': Printing elements into a prn file for later printing by activating the option box. 'Print borders': Defining in which paper profiles the paper border of the cover elements should be printed by activating the option box 'For all paper profiles', 'On normal paper only' or 'Never'. 'Print crop marks': Defining, in which paper profile the cutting marks of the cover elements should be printed by choosing the option box 'For all paper profiles', 'On normal paper only' or 'Never'. 'Miscellaneous': 'Enable bleeding': Gives the settings for bleeding (of the current application), i.e. how far to print over the elements border. 'Prompt at each new page': Defines, by activating this option, if the printing of every page must be confirmed. Button 'Properties': Adjusts the printer settings (see chapter 'Printer setup'). Button 'Setup': Activates the printing preview (see chapter 'Printing preview').
In this chapter, you will learn how you create a cover step by step using an example, from selection of a cover and CD type through design of the various cover elements, booklet (front), the booklet (Rear), inlay and label. Cover Designer lets you very easily create professional customized covers.
5.2 Selecting the type of cover, CD, DVD or business card
The first step is to select a cover and CD, DVD, Business card type, because different cover elements are available depending on the selection you make. Start Cover Designer. The 'New Document' window appears in the foreground.
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Various cover types with different elements are available: Standard: DVD Cover: Multi Box: Maxi: Slim-Pack: Mini-CD: Cover for a CD with booklet (front), booklet (Rear), inlay and label Cover for a DVD with booklet, inlay and disk Cover for a least two CDs (double CD) with booklet (Front), booklet (Rear), inlay (Front), inlay (Rear) and labels Cover for a maxi CD with inlay and label Cover for a CD with booklet (front), booklet (rear) and disk Cover for a CD with inlay (front), inlay (rear) and disk
Business-Card: Cover for a visiting card with a rounded shape Cover for a visiting card with a rectangular shape Business-Card (rectangle): The CD type is selectable as a tab. The choices are: Audio: Data: Audio+Data: the CD contains only music the CD contains only data the CD contains music and data
The document templates that are available for the CD type appear in the center of the window. Define the number of disks in the 'Disks' field. Either enter the value or use the arrow keys. If the 'Create new template' check box is checked, a new reusable template is created instead of a new document (refer to the 'Document Templates' chapter). To make the first selection, proceed as follows: 1. On the 'New Document' window, click on the 'Default' icon to select the cover type. 2. Click on the 'Audio' tab to create a cover for a music CD. 3. Click on the 'OK' button. The following window is displayed.
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The window consists of: The non-shaded portion which can be edited and is the size of a CD cover Four tabs for the different CD cover elements at the lower frame, for example booklet (Front), booklet (Rear), inlay and disk 1 (label for a CD) The toolbar at the left frame of the window containing tools for creating and manipulating the cover elements The menu bar with the associated functions The icon bar for quick access to functions using buttons The formatting bar for easy object formatting
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The image then fills the entire printable area. button to add the track list tool and define the size of the track 4. Click on the list. Position the cross, then click and hold the mouse button to define the size of the track list. The information entered under 'Document data' for title, artist and length of the tracks appears automatically.
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is activated for With the insertion of document data, a moveable toolbar viewing or editing the track properties and document data. It appears every time you click on an inserted tracklist. Clicking on 'Tracklist tool'). allows you to edit the respective track properties (see chapter
If you click on , you can edit the appropriate document data. The cursor will automatically be set to the correct position (see chapter 'Document Datas').
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to display the fields and then click on the 'Title' field. A 5. First click on the moveable alignment frame appears. 6. Using the mouse, place the frame at the desired position and click once. The field function will be added. 7. Repeat the field function insertion steps for the 'Year' and 'Disk title' fields.
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8. Then add the 'Number of tracks' and 'Playing time' fields. The inlay looks as follows:
9. Now insert the field 'Disk title' into the spine of the inlay: Click on and insert the field. Mark it and rotate it by 90 using the curved arrow cursor. Drag it with the mouse pointer to the desired Position in the spine and adjust its size with the drag boxes. Instead of fields, you can also insert graphic text (see 'Editing Artistic Text'), but not text boxes with text blocks.
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becomes With the insertion of the field functions, a moveable toolbar active, allowing you to view and edit the field properties and document data. It appears every time you click on an inserted field function. enables you to edit the related field properties. The cursor will Clicking on automatically be positioned in the correct field type (see chapter 'Field tool').
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If you click on , you can edit the corresponding document data. The cursor will be automatically set to the correct position (see chapter 'Document Datas').
If you modify the entries under 'Document data', the changes appear automatically.
5.6 Label Design
Label is the designation for a sticker in the shape of a CD, which can be accurately attached onto the CD using a label kit. A label can consist of images and text. This section describes the creation of a label containing artistic text. Artistic text differs from text blocks, which were used to design the booklet (Rear), principally in the functions available. 1. Click on the 'Disk 1' tab to bring up the label template. 2. On the toolbar, click on the button to write using artistic text.
The entry of a title applies automatically to all data for this disk.
You can also add another disk.
2. In the next line, click on 'Disk 1'. The CD type that was selected during creation of the document is displayed. You can assign a subtitle to the disk and enter the artist or publisher. If you click on the 'Apply to all subitems', this entry is carried over to all data and tracks on this disk.
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3. In the next line, click on 'File system data'. To add individual files, click on the 'Add Files' button, select the files you want and then click on the 'Open' button. The file(s) you added appear(s) in the directory. To add a folder and its contents, click on the 'Add Folder' button, select the folder and click on the 'OK' button. The folder(s) you added appear(s) in the directory.
Clicking on the 'Delete all' deletes all references to existing data and folders.
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4. In the next line, click on 'Audio data'. To add tracks, click repeatedly on the 'Add Track' button until the desired number is reached. The tracks you have added appear in the directory.
Clicking on the 'Delete all ' button deletes all existing tracks.
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5. Repeat the appropriate steps for the next disk.
10.3 Files, Folders and Tracks
10.3.1 Naming Files and Folders
1. Select the 'Document data' command on the 'Data' menu and select 'File system data'. 2. Click on the '+' button to display the existing file and folders. 3. Click on a file or folder. You can change the title of the file or folder in the title field. You cannot change the entries in the 'Path' and 'Size' fields.
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4. Click on the 'OK' button to save the changes and close the window.
10.3.2 Deleting Files and Folders
1. Select the 'Document data' command on the 'Data' menu and select 'File system data'. 2. Click on the '+' button to display the existing file and folders. 3. Click on the file or folder you want to delete and then click on the 'Delete' button. Repeat these steps for each additional element you want to delete.
Total Size of Files
Last Save Date Last Print Date Custom Text
11.2 Adding a Field
Fields can only be added individually. You cannot add more than one field at a time.
1. Select the cover element you want. 2. Click on the button the fields appear.
3. Select the field you want and place it on the work space.
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4. Continue adding each additional field that you want. 5. Repeat the appropriate steps for each additional cover element that should contain fields.
Adding the 'Number of tracks' and 'Playing time' fields only makes sense if the disk contains audio data. Adding the 'Total Size of Files' fields only makes sense if the disk contains data files.
11.3 Editing fields
Inserted fields can be edited simply by double clicking them. The 'Properties' window, with the tabs 'Pen', 'Brush', 'Text', 'Font' and 'Field' will then appear.
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11.3.1 Tab 'Field'
The tab 'Field' is in the foreground and the currently selected field type is marked blue. The field type can be edited in the adjacent function 'Options'. Depending on the field type, there are various fields in the function 'Options' active for editing. Alignment: Format the field with 'Left', 'Center' and 'Right' using the drop down button. Disk: Define the index of the referenced disk using the arrow keys. Time format: Select the format for displaying time spans, using the drop down button Size format: Select a format for displaying sizes using the drop down button. Date format: Select a format for displaying dates using the drop down button. Free text: Write in an individual text for display in 'Free fields'. Prefix text: Write in an individual text, which will appear before the field content. Suffix text: Write in an individual text, which will appear after the field content. Fixed size: By activating the box 'Fixed size', the text in the fields will always have the same size. This function is not available for curved text fields!
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11.3.2 Tab 'Pen'
The window 'Properties' with the tab 'Pen' i is in the foreground for: Removing the outline by clicking on the visible. button, i.e. the line is no longer
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Default settings changing 32 Document data adding 50 Editing 57 Editing 54 Document template changing 67 creating 63 loading 67 E Edit field properties 57 Edit fields 103 Edit Tool Elements 9 Edit track properties 54 Effects Brightness 70 Color adjustment 70 Contrast 70 Emboss 70 Equalize 70 Erode 70 Filters 70 Flip 72 Flip horizontally 72 Flip vertically 72 Gamma 70 Mosaic 70 Negate 72 Outline 71 Parabolic 71 Pinch 73 Posterisation 71 Rotate 75 Sharpen 71 Soften 71 Solarization 71 Swirl 74 F Field tool 24 Fields adding 101 Artist 100 Disk artist 100 Disk title 100
A Artistic text adding 86 bent 91 editing 86 B Background properties 76 Bent 60, 86, 91 Booklets creating 44, 47 C CD type Audio 43 Audio+Data 43 Data 43 selecting 43 Clip objects 30 Color Block text 82 Fields 106 Images 70 Color graphic text 89 Convert to curves 60 Cover elements 9 Cover type Business card (rectangular) 43 Business card (rounded) 43 DVD cover 43 Maxi 43 Mini CD 43 Multi box 43 selecting 43 Slim pack 43
Disk type 100 Free text 101 Number of tracks 101 Playing time 101 Print date 101 Save date 101 Titles 100 Total size of files 101 Year 100 Files adding 95 Deleting 98 Naming 97 Folders adding 95 Deleting 98 Naming 97 G Graphic text Bend 108 Grid settings 29 Guidelines adding 28 I Icons toolbar 9 Image size frame size 77 proportional, clip image 77 proportional, no clipping 77 Image tool 22 Images adding 68 editing 68 effects 69 Index tool 20 Inlay Create spine 56 creating 52 L Label creating 58 Line Tool 10 O Oval Tool 14
P Paper stocks selecting 39 Printer calibration 40 Printer setup 39 Printing General 36 Printing preview 38 Program settings changing 33 R Rectangle Tool 12 Ruler 28 S Show cover elements 61 T Tab Brush 82, 106 Field 103 Font 109 Image 84 Pen 80, 104 Print elements 37 Printing General 36 Text 108 Text box 79 Text bent 60, 86, 91 Text block 16 adding 78 editing 78 Text box tool 15 Toolbar Field 24 Icons 9 Image 22 Index 20 Lines 10 Oval 14 Rectangle 12 Text 16 Text box 15 Track lists 18 Track list adding 53 Tracklist tool 18 Tracks
adding 96 Deleting 99 Naming 98 Z Zoom 30
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