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Panasonic overlay software

Panasonic overlay software

Panasonic overlay software

Im looking to find overlay software for the desi strips on KX-T7700 series phones. Found one site but they wanted over 100 bucks. I only need to print labels for 10 phones. Any free trials anyone is aware of? Thanks!

RE: Panasonic overlay software

Try using Excel.

Everyone one has a copy of it somewhere

RE: Panasonic overlay software

Im to lazy to do that! Actually no... I had used it in the past for Merlin Legend phones and Definity phones and they looked pretty bad. But Ill try it and see if I get better results with Panasonic.. Thanks

RE: Panasonic overlay software

desi is free I believe all you do is buy their desi's

RE: Panasonic overlay software

You might try OverlayPro from Baudcom. Their website is: overlaypro.com


RE: Panasonic overlay software

you have to intially pay for software and its not cheap

RE: Panasonic overlay software

I like the way Baudcom's desi strips look. Has anyone ever used them? How do they come out? I got from software from a site I don't think is fair to mention for my prior Merlin Legend system and the software made the text boxes to small.

The Baudcom software is a tad expensive but compared to a few others I have come across it seems fair. I would just rather get your opinions on that software before buying it.  

I tried excel again, I must just stink at making desi strips "free hand" because they looked horrible the many times I tried it.

Thanks so much your help is greatly appreciated.  

RE: Panasonic overlay software

been using overlay pro for years its great but unless its changed you have to pay for it.

RE: Panasonic overlay software

I use the OverlayPro forms for Panasonic, Norstar, Partner, and Legend/Magix. I have the OverlayPro software from when it was a free download for the MAC platform, but I made most of my own templates just using a text editor.

The OverlayPro package is not that expensive, only $82.00. You can write it off as a business expense along with the forms.

All of the forms I have used have been very accurate, except the 110 connecting block designation strips. The die was made incorrectly and it cuts off the 25th pair.


RE: Panasonic overlay software

I found the Excel desi strips for 76xx and 77xx phones.  The 77xx ones look pretty good, and printed on 24# stock it will probably work.  Zip me an email address at woh.rr.com and I'll get them to you.  I don't know who did them, but I think they came from the kxtd group at yahoo


RE: Panasonic overlay software

Try going to desi.com website and download desi light. That will have nearly all the labels of every telephone systems.

RE: Panasonic overlay software

LkEErie thanks so much! But last night after about 20 failed attempts I made a desi sheet that matches the stock sheet in excel. Anyone that wants it is welcome to it. Just leave a note here. I placed the clear plastic cover over each strip and used that as a guide to cut it out. Looks perfect.. in my opinion anyway.

Thank you everyone for your input. I will be trying to line my  desi strip in excel up so it can be used with the pre cut desi strips available online. If I am able to do that I will try and make it available for download for anyone.

RE: Panasonic overlay software

Free @ www.Desi.com  

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