Go to original post. This content has been marked as final. I will play around with it sometime and figure it out. You can not post a blank message. I know this does not answer your question if you can print directly from photoshop, but this way should work unless you cannot use print cd software for some reason.
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I will play around with it sometime and figure it out.
CD Print Printer Printing Tray Epson Stylus Photo Rx595
I have not tried it Photoshop yet, because I’m not completely sure how to go about it. They way I went about this was using Photoshop to create the image, then saved it as a. You can not post a blank message. In that case, I do believe there is still a way, I don’t epsom how it will turn out because I have never tried it, by somewhere in the settings of one of the software apps the printer came with I have found it by playing around and I would check now, but I use this printer at the local church you can change the paper type ie.
This content has been marked as final. Keep in mind this was with the Epson Print CD software. Tom; Thanks for the candid info, but I probably won’t be using it as much as you do.
I tried using an R series template, but the image was so off-center that it couldn’t be corrected. Do I need to adjust print position? This may not be the right place to ask this, but bare with me please.
Epson Stylus Photo RX printer, How to print labels on Epson Stylus Photo RX printer
Go to original post. So, hence the RX Ran across this site that has a template that works. Please enter a title. On the 2 or 3 times I’ve used it so far I have rx5595 not problems.
I know this does not answer your question if you can print directly from photoshop, but this way should work unless you cannot use print cd software for some reason.
Steve, sorry if this response does not prinr answer your question. As someone who uses Photoshop daily to make professional looking disc labels, I just can’t deal with feed trays that refused to feed. I have asked Epson and gotten no response so I though I would try somewhere else.