Software to create a card importing own photo's

  geordiewal 11:29 28 Apr 03
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Does anyone know of any decent, easy to use, free/shareware that I can use to produce a card using a number of digital photographs?

  MAJ 11:55 28 Apr 03

Print Artist from Sierra is the one that springs to mind, geordiewal, you can usually get it for free on Computer magazine's cover disks. But You could make a card in any desktop publishing program, even MS Word, you would only have to set your printer output to the proper settings to print it.

  geordiewal 12:07 28 Apr 03

cheers Maj, I want to be able to select parts of certain photos and place them adhoc on the card. I have tried using MGI photosuite but it wont do what I want. So if anyone can recommend any software i would be grateful.

  MAJ 12:38 28 Apr 03

I'm not familiar with MGI photosuite, geordiewal, but it's fairly easy to crop pits and pieces from photographs and paste them into a page using most graphics manipulation programs, like the free Irfanview click here for example. Just another thought, geordiewal, if you have a scanner, most come with software that can create cards from photographs.

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