|gPage is a powerful but easy to use drawing program.
Create Web images, digital photo presentations, CD labels and jackets, technical diagrams, logos, pamphlets and more !
Print or export your work to file in JPG, PNG, GIF or WMF format.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:56|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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gPage is a powerful but easy to use drawing program.
Create Web images, pictures to include in other documents, CD labels and jackets, technical diagrams, logos, digital photo presentations, commercial presentations, pamphlets and more!
gPage is easy to use. Choose an object among those available (text, line, rectangle, etc.), place it on the page and modify it afterward. Each object has it's own context menu showing all possible modifications for it: no need to delve into the menu system to find out what you can do. You can modify any object without affecting any other, making edition a breeze.
Print or export your work to file in JPG, PNG, GIF or WMF format.
pamphlet, logo, web, presentation, flyer, label, vectorial, gif, photo, drawing, image, cd, jpg, illustration, png, wmf, sketch
Win95 or higher, 1.2 Mb HD
Improvements and bugs corrected
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