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Disk Label Printer Pro 1.2

file size: 2.14 MB

Disk Label Printer Pro is not only good software for printing regular labels, it's a good program for printing stick-on labels.

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It prints labels for several different formats provided by a variety of companies that can be found at your local office or computer supply store.

In addition, use of Disk Label Printer Pro may be expanded with plug-ins. Plug-ins included with Disk Label Printer Pro:

  • Avery. CD-R labels [#5824 and inkjet CD-R labels]
  • Avery. White Address labels [#5261]
  • Neato. CD/DVD labels (2 labels per page)
  • Neato. Floppy Disk Labels
  • Memorex. CD/DVD Labels
New label formats, such as ZIP labels, are constantly being added.

Other features:

  • You can use different font, style, size, justification and color for the label text
  • Background colors can be added to each label
  • You can use the drag-and-drop option to put image files onto your labels
  • You can also scale and reposition your images to any location on a label
  • Print Preview your labels so you can see how the text will print
  • Adjust the printed location of the labels to work better with your printer
  • Scan the directory of a volume and add it to a label
  • Use the fully expandable Plug-In system to support new label formats

Please read the documentation for more detailed information and instructions.


Until you register, the Disk Label Printer Pro prints the UNREGISTERED notice and the X on the labels. After registering you receive a personalized registration code. Since there is no limit to the number of plug-ins you can use, registering once allows you to take advantage of all of the new plug-ins. The Disk Label Printer Pro requires Mac OS 8.1 or higher, a PowerPC Macintosh computer, 9 MB of free RAM, a screen resolution of 800 x 600 or higher with 16 bit color (thousands of colors), and QuickTime.