The CD-LabelPrint is a software that allows users to create, print and publish labels directly to a CD or DVD media. This requires a printer with CD-R or DVD direct printing feature and is set as the default printer. With the CD-LabelPrint application, users can create various label projects using a combination of images, background elements and text designs from the application. The application supports label creations for individual, home, small business and even enterprise projects.
The CD-LabelPrint is created by Canon Corporation to support the features of a host of Canon and Pixma devices like digital cameras and printers. It is bundled with the appropriate Canon product and is also available for free download. It works with Windows OS and covers a fiule size of 9782.33KB. Its file extension name is cdlpwin141en.exe.
It works with Windows OS computers that use the Canon printer i9950, i905D, i865, i965, the Pixma iP series, the Pixma MG series, Pixma MP series, Pixma MX850 and the Pixma Pro series.
The creative contents incorporated in the CD-LabelPrint are not copyrighted. These include photos and images, logos and signage and a host of creative drawings. In this regard, users will be the ones responsible in the appropriate use of the labels created from CD-LabelPrint, ensuring that they are not for a commercial or for profit purpose.
Our users primarily use CD-LabelPrint to open these file types:
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