Where to obtain diskette labels?
trixter at oldskool.org
Mon Feb 5 14:24:39 CST 2007
Chuck Guzis wrote:
> I've got a big stock of old diskette labels and most are still quite
> usable. I've used the 33-to-a-sheet Avery laser labels for a very
> long time and have thousands of diskettes so labeled, with none
> having the label peeling off. Note that these labels are not
> classified as "removable"--you'll destroy the label before you can
> peel it off.
Cool, can you tell me what the Avery "number" is for them? (should be
on the box) 33 to a sheet is not #5197 (which are quite exorbitantly
priced for some crazy reason) but if you've used something that works
for you, I'd like to know the number so I can duplicate.
On a related note, how about write-protect tabs?
> How about Scotch 77 aerosol adhesive? It doesn't appear to penetrate
> through paper and adheres very well.
I'll try it, thanks!
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