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You can print adhesive sheet labels (such as avery 5931/8931) with no problems. Some canon printers will also print directly on CDs; check this website: http://damnprinter.com/. They have lists of printers that will work and pretty good instructions. I didn't see the MP300 listed. I managed to get a canon 6600D printer to print directly onto CDs, but I had to buy a tray (ebay-$12.00) and it took about an hour to convince it to do the job. The website says to follow the steps "several" times if necessary; it took a while.
You need a cd bender -- this is a device that is sold at better computer stores. It heats the CD/DVD to the proper temperature to bend through the printer. After the cd is printed you have to put it in the freezer for about two hours -- CD plastic is a special memory plactic that returns to its original shape.
You may have to be persistant when you ask for this -- I find that most sales people are clueless about these devices.
You need to install (or download then install) the Easy-print toolbox software. It should be available on the Canon website. When you run it, it shows options for printing photos and cds. Click the cd button and follow the instructions. (You just choose a picture, photo, text etc. and position it using the cd displayed on the screen. Then insert the cd into the special holder, push it in some of the way, then allof the way when it says to.)
Ps - it's best to download the latest of everything (all software, drivers etc.) for your printer to make sure you have the most up-to-date versions.