How to make a CD booklet in Microsoft Word

Written by travis larson | 13/05/2017
How to make a CD booklet in Microsoft Word
Use Word to create a booklet to give your CD case some character. (Getty Images)

You can create a CD booklet for your custom-made CD or replace a lost booklet with Microsoft Word. The popular word-processing program has various templates installed to help create home-made projects, and other templates can be downloaded and installed from within the Word application. Edit the template with custom text, colours and graphics to create a one-of-a-kind CD booklet. A custom booklet will help make your CDs appear more professional while also providing useful information.

Open Microsoft Word 2007 (or a later edition), click the "File" menu, then click "New." This opens a list of available templates from which you can create a new document.

Click "More Categories" to display more types of templates, then click "Case Inserts."

Select one of the CD case templates and click "Download." A new document opens with the template already set up.

Click the text on the template and replace it with your own text. Remove any extra text you do not want.

Print the document, then cut the booklet pages along the lines and staple them together. Insert the booklet into the CD case.


  • You can change the text size, colour and formatting on a template from the toolbar the same way as any other text.

Things you need

  • Printer and paper

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