There’s no way to print to paper from CDLabelPrint, discs only. Some folks like to make their labels in Photoshop or a similar program, then save as an image file and use that in LabelPrint. Obviously, you can print test samples from Photoshop. As long as it’s a square image, around 4.5"x4.5" or larger, it will center and print nicely on a disc. Insert it as a background in Labelprint.
Surething is a great labeling program that is preferred by many, but it offers very little that you can’t also do in LabelPrint. The only big difference is that SureThing allows you to print outside the 118mm limit where LabelPrint does not. For case inserts, SureThing might be better, but again you can do all this in LabelPrint too.
Using the background image insert function allows you to do a lot, cause you can import images as mentioned above. It takes a little time to get the hang of LabelPrint, it’s not as easy and intuitive as SureThing, but there’s very little that it can’t do. It’s light years ahead of the similar offerings with HP and Epson printers.
BTW, for simple text labels like the one you showed, silver inkjet discs are very nice. Add a small, faint shadow to the text and you get a very cool 3-D effect on the silver discs.