Create and play your own customized word search puzzles or download puzzles (by the author and other users) from the web directly into the program. Play it "On-Screen" or "On-Paper". Built-in spellchecker. Print your puzzle with a background picture.
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Family Picture Calendar 4.0.8 Family Picture Calendar- Enter Events and Pictures Once.... Print Beautiful Customized Calendars for Years to Come. Hang your finished calendar on the Frig or give them as gifts to family and friends. International dates and language translation.
DeskTop Baby 1.2 Enter your babys due date and count the months, weeks, days, hours and minutes until the big day. Then enter the actual birth date and count up forever. Scroll between 6 different pictures and 6 sound clips.
Description: Create and play your own customized word search puzzles or download puzzles (by the author and other users) from the web directly into the program. Play it "On-Screen" or "On-Paper". Play your puzzle on-screen by dragging circles around the hidden words or print it out and play it on paper. Uses a unique "Best-Fit" algorithm to create tight professional quality puzzles. Print puzzles with a background picture representing the subject of your puzzle. Save puzzle to a picture file and import it into word processors, etc. Features include a built-in spell checker, the ability to pre-seed words, optional timer, optional hints and sounds, multiple paper sizes and print preview. Written by the author of over 6000 published puzzles.
Puzzle Player 1.0d Puzzle Player allows users to solve puzzles created with Crossword Construction Kit or Word Search Construction Kit on their computer. Trade puzzles with friends, family and
Word Search Construction Kit 4.0d Create professional puzzles with Word Search Construction Kit. Enter words , select a puzzle shape and page layout, and generate the puzzle. Print, save as an image, solve on your
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