[access-uk] Re: penfriend

HI martin and all
If you take out the cardboard insert from the box and run your fingers along the sides you should find some small round labels. most have another on the reverse. most have recorded instructions on them. there are 2 groups of four, and a few singles. good luck.
Brian

----- Original Message ----- From: "Martin Houghton" <martinhoughton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, August 03, 2009 5:17 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: penfriend


Hello Brian and everyone

I haven't found the pre recorded labels as yet, but I have began labeling my cd and various kitchen utensils. I find that the labels I am using are very small, but I find that placing them in a certain position on the back of the cd cases works well for me and if anyone sighted wants to see what cds I have then the labels aren't blocking the front of the case which in the majority of cases contains the title of the cd and artist. The information on the front of a cd can vary depending on which cd you are currently using so placing the labels on the back close to the top I think is a sensible idea.

I have done a similar thing to my kitchen utensils and use reusable plastic containers for sugar, tea and coffee. I usually know what is what anyway, but I sometimes have a spring clean of things and this means that things are not always where I left them and that is when the pen friend comes in handy.

All the best

Martin
----- Original Message ----- From: "brian williams" <firstup@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, August 03, 2009 3:23 PM
Subject: [access-uk] penfriend


received penfriend today. inside the box i found 4 prerecorded labels, and a blank testing label. although difficult to find i found 11 prerecorded labels. They were not obvious. has anyone else found them. the instructions list the contents of the box which should have included a warranty card. there wasn't one in either of the two we bought.
Brian
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