Where to obtain diskette labels?
trixter at oldskool.org
Mon Feb 5 20:34:48 CST 2007
Chuck Guzis wrote:
>> 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.
> I just had a look and they're not Avery, but Quill--a discount office
> supplies place. What we've been using have been Quill 901-7-20401,
> but that's a lot of labels. Basically, any "copier label" seems to
> do well. Probably any big-box office supplies store will have their
> own brand.
But that's exactly what has failed me: generic-brand copier labels.
So, if you swear by "Quill 901-7-20401", then that's what I'll get.
>> On a related note, how about write-protect tabs?
> Eh, now there you've got me for a good solution. There are foil
> labels (such as return address labels) that should work, but they're
> not all that removable.
I'll take 'em -- the whole point of the tab is to protect the data. Any
particular brands you've used?
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