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Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
5.25 MB
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2078
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
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Publisher's Descriptions

Carbosign is fast and easy tool to create watermarks and print barcodes. With simple few steps and clicks you get professional quality watermarks and barcodes that can be printed using any normal printer.

Carbosign main features:
- Watermark hundereds of images with few clicks.
- Print barcodes using advanced options for customizing your barcode.
- Create templates for your watermarks or barcode settings, so you can manage your work faster.
- Supports Code 39 / Extended Barcode.
- Supports EAN-13 Barcode.



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