All case designs will be in Microsoft Publisher format so you'll need Microsoft Publisher to print them. (They will be ZIPPED to conserve space and cut download time.) Depending on when they were made they will be in Publisher 95, Publisher 98, or Publisher 2003 format. (Hopefully a minimum of 10 years backwards compatibility should be adequate. ^_-)
All the labels will be in JPG format so that you can use any label program to print them out. I use Avery Design Pro 5.4 myself, it can be downloaded free from Avery's web site.
For printing the labels on this page if you use Avery Label Pro and an Epson Stylus COLOR 600 set the contrast +25% set to the highest resolution (1440 dpi in this case) leave the other settings alone for best results. For people who use other programs and printers you'll have to figure out the details of optimal printing yourself since I only know what my equipment and software do. ^_-
The labels on this page will be put on those tapes that exactly match what the labels are for, that is tape for tape copies of my master tapes. People who get tapes not included in this page will continue to get handwritten labels.
BTW, 'ChibiBoi' who has resurected the case and label project in 2010 also introduced me to a handy tool for finding out what font was used in an image, whatthefont.com
Sailor Moon and Technogirls label making slave: Ken Hardwick
Newer (2010 - 2013) Sailor Moon label making slave: 'ChibiBoi', founder of Senshi Fansubs
General pupose graphics slave: DK (AKA The Closet Moonie) Why else would he only have initials and no name? ^_-
Non-SM cases and labels by: Dean Kimbrell
IMPORTANT NOTE: Dean is _not_ a distro, instead he is a person who has voluntarily released his case and label designs (which were originally made for his own use) to the public through my web site. So don't ask him for tapes, O.K. ^_-
This page is part of fansubs.ca.
All counters on my moonie.ca web site are bi-lingual. Kanji on top, Arabic numerals on the bottom.