With 1-More PhotoCalendar it is easy to create individual photo calendars of high quality. Within minutes you can create a complete calendar of your last summer vacation. Or create an art calendar containing the best pictures of your digital camera.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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1-More Scanner 1.10 Scan complete WebSites for the files you are looking for (e.g. images, sound, video, etc.). Customizable options will help you to download only what you want!
With an image library (thumb-previews), fullscreen- and zoom-mode for pictures.
Description: With 1-More PhotoCalendar it is easy to create individual photo calendars of high quality. Within minutes you can create a complete calendar of your last summer vacation. Or create an art calendar containing the best pictures of your digital camera. Of course you can just design a single page with your photo as a very special present. Now with a new front page editor.
Many easy-to-use functions will help you to make your calendar an individual artwork. With the registered version, you can select fonts and colors for all parts of the calendar. You can also determine the order of the objects, enter image titles and descriptions, etc.
A new feature makes it possible to apply special filters (will be extended with the next version).
The software allows to scale your calendar to all formats supported by your printer. This includes special page sizes, portrait or landscape printing and even multiple page printing (if offered by the printer).
Of course, the calendar can start (almost) any date you want. This makes it possible to create Birthday Calendars, starting on a special day and ending exactly 1 year later (may need 13 pages; e.g. from Sept. 20/2003 until Sept. 19/2004 ).
Two Month Calendar Software 7.0 This software offers a solution for users who plan two months at once. The user simply chooses the month and year for the planning period and can make entries for each day as
Review: Photo Software Not Picture Perfect Digital cameras have made it simple and inexpensive enough to capture practically every moment in life but they also generate mounds of pictures that need to be fixed, organized and shared in one form or another.