Re: Need help-markers

Jeffrey Clark (clarkjc@jmu.edu)
Thu, 3 Oct 2002 08:45:24 -0700 (PDT)

Good choices to try I hadn't know about before.

There's also the Pentel Milky Gel Roller, K106 -- which is a white color.
You might try this as well.

Jeff

--On Thursday, October 03, 2002 7:36 AM -0700 lethesha@nova.edu wrote:

> We've used both Avery Gel Works Metallic Markers (colors available: pink,
> green, gold, silver,blue) and Pilot Gold And Silver Marking Pens
> Neither has affected quality/output of the discs.
>
> LeThesha Harris
>
> LeThesha Harris, MLS
> Audiovisual and Adult Services Librarian
> Nova Southeastern University
> Library, Research and Information Technology Center
> http://www.nova.edu
>
>
> Quoting Betty Evanski <Evanski@rmu.edu>:
>
>> Hi,
>> I have been on this list for years but have never been able to send
>> a message, I've always been able to receive messages posted. I
>> rejoined and hopefully this will go through. I was hoping someone could
>> help me with 2 questions, any help would be appreciated.
>>
>> 1. How do you mark your dark color DVD and CD labels on the disc with
>> Call Numbers?
>>
>> 2. How are you archiving your old videos that are too important to
>> throw away, and no longer requested to sign out.
>>
>> Thank you for your time, I'll just be happy to be able to post again and
>> get help from this great group. Betty
>>
>> Betty Evanski
>> Media Services Coordinator
>> Robert Morris University
>> 881 Narrows Run Road
>> Moon Twp., Pa. 15108-1189
>> Phone:412-262-8363 Fax: 412-262-4049
>> Email: evanski@rmu.edu
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>

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