How to Create a DVD Case Cover Insert

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Use your computer and printer to design stylish, professional looking DVD case inserts. Make your own inserts for home videos and downloaded movies, or use them to replace torn or lost inserts on other DVDs. Quickly and easily personalise the inserts with your favourite photographs, clip art and text, using pre-designed templates and your computer's word processing software, and then print the design right onto pre-sized cover inserts.

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Things you need

  • DVD insert template
  • Microsoft Word or similar software
  • Printable DVD cover insert
  • Printer
  • DVD case

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  1. 1

    Choose a DVD insert template from Microsoft or Avery's website. Download the file onto your computer, following the directions on the screen.

  2. 2

    Open Microsoft Word or another word processing program. Click on "File" and select "Open." Choose the file containing the DVD insert template that you downloaded in Step 1.

  3. 3

    Fill in the template with any information you want to include, such as the DVD title, author name and a list of the data on the disc, along with credits and ratings if you like.

  4. 4

    Add images and clip art to the template. Go to "Insert" and select "Picture." Choose from any of the software's available clip art or pick your own images to display on the case.

  5. 5

    Place the printable DVD cover insert sheet into the printer as directed on the insert packaging.

  6. 6

    Click "File" and select "Print" from the menu. Follow the directions on the printer pop-up to print your design on to the insert sheet.

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