Image to Flash Catalog develops a new way to convert All kinds of Image file into page-flipping product catalog, and provide many powerful functions conveinent for user catalog readers to edit, publsh or share with others!
Jan 17, 2013 14:19:35
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Boxoft Image to Flipbook 1.0 Boxoft Image to Flipbook provides you with an easier way to convert images to flipbooks with page-flipping effect.
Word to Flash Flipping Book 2.7 Are you desired for saying goodbye to reading the dull MS word files and Open Office and try some differently? Now we have got WORD to Flash Flipping Book, which can help you convert MS word and Open Office to animated EBook with realistic page flip
Description: Image to Flash Catalog develops a new way to convert All kinds of Image file into page-flipping product catalog, and provide many powerful functions conveinent for user catalog readers to edit, publsh or share with others!
Image to Flash Catalog isn't just a sample image converter that sample convert image document to flash catalog, but is the image creator and flash catalog designer. After use Image to Flash Catalog you can create elegant image by insert the photo, change the image background, and edit image pages. Then click "publish" button to lead to flash catalog design interface, re-design you page-flipping flash product catalog.
PDF to Flash Catalog 1.8.4 PDF to Flash Catalog is a all-in-one solution that batch convert PDF to flash catalog with page turning effect. PDF to Flash Catalog is wonderful and lightning-fast digital
Postscript to Flash Catalog 1.6 Postscript to Flash Catalog can be used to batch convert Adobe PostScript to amazing page-flipping catalog formats without any program skills! Postscript to Flash Catalog can be
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