Click'N Design 3D

Click'N Design 3D

Free
If you look for a labeling design software Click’N Design 3D is the right one
3.6  (7 votes)
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Talking about labeling design software, Avery Dennison has launched into the market Click’N Design 3D, a good solution to design and print CD/DVD labels. With an easy to use interface, Click’N Design 3D allows you to use interesting features such as adding 3D text and other special effects which will make your designs extravagant and unique. Click’N Design 3D supports all major CD labeling systems and it can be used not only for CD/DVD labeling but you can use it also to create designs for VHS, Zip, Floppy and full sheet labels. The program has been packed with an integrated bar code creator. It is also very convenient because it includes an editing feature called WYSIWYG that lets you see the end result on the screen before printing your creation. Click’N Design 3D labeling software includes an in-built library with more than 5000 clipart and photos and hundreds of pre-made designs. All in all, Click’N Design 3D lets you create fancy labels in an easy and enjoyable manner. Download it now from the developer’s web site and start enjoying it right away.

Claudia Liliana Timmer
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Pros

  • It includes 3D text modifying effects.
  • It is packed with a large clip art and photo collection.
  • Easy to use.

Cons

  • None
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Guest Install it but when going to print labels, shrink to 25%, copy and paste the label, enlarge it to 100% or correct the size, center the label and then print it. It works, there's only a way top to get around in Windows 7.

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Guest The installation fails in Win7 but there are ways to make it work. It's working fine on my Win7 x64 machine. An alternative is to use Avery's online label maker. I've used it, it's free, works great and is compatible to the Stomper labels which are now also available from Avery.

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Guest I can't help you with a free substitute, but try SureThing CD Labeler Deluxe (or maybe even "The Print Shop").

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