Contents of the CASSLAB2.DOC file
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CASSLAB2.EXE is a compiled basic program to print multiple audio
cassette labels on die-cut, pinfeed cassette labels, on an Epson
MX-FX or equivalent Dot Matrix printer. It will automatically,
consecutively number each song title and will accept as many song
titles as can be fit onto the six lines of the label available
for the song titles.
At the bottom of the label there are two lines available for
whatever you wish to put there. Each line will accept up to 54
characters and will be centered on the bottom portion of the
label. This is good for things like "Produced by.........." or
"Written by....................." etc. When the program is run
you are asked for a filename, this is the name of the file you
are going to create to hold the data for that particular label.
be sure to include the drive and path if you are saving or
printing a file on other than the default drive or directory.
When printing labels, the first label of a printing session is
always bad (like the first waffle), allow for this and print at
least 1 extra.
Version 1.2 contains modifications to allow the program to run
properly on an Epson FX series printer as well as the MX series.
It has not been tested on any other brand printer, but presumably
it will work on any printer that uses Epson codes.
Blank cassette labels are available from me for $40.00 per
thousand or $4.00 per hundred in lots of 100 plus $2.50 per order
for shipping and handling.
The program is Copyrighted 1988 by Fred Porter. It is
distributed as Shareware. You may copy it and give it to your
friends as long as no part of the program or this documentation
are modified in any way.
If you find the program to be useful, a donation of $10.00 would be
appreciated, this will help pay for the time spent writing this
This program is distributed without warranty and the Author
assumes no responsibility for its performance.
Enjoy, and I hope you find it useful. It has saved me many hours
of typing and presents a neat and attractive package.