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.kml file associated with CD labels

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It appears some time ago I was using a cd label/cover creator program that was saving files as a .kml. I recently had some computer issues and had to clean some stuff up. Now I am trying to print these files that have this extension.

I have done various searches for the .kml extension and the only thing coming up is the Google Markup version.

How can I find out what cd cover creation program was saving as a .kml file?


Joe V aka Puterman :)

Edited by puterman, 04 October 2009 - 02:30 PM.

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.KML files is part of Keyhole Markup Language, which to all intents and purposes is effectively tied to Google Earth but has been in use since of 2001 before Google became involved.

However a program called EZ Label Xpress is listed as a potential source of these files. The program author comes back as Merax.com but there's no sight of this program on their website. Download.com has a Lite version of the software available which is freeware.
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