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Old 02-03-2010
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Like Adobe Photoshop and CorelDraw does PrintShop is a nice tool. I am looking for a similar tool for this same purpose. I was using a trail verion of software which is expired. Now for PrintShop I go a CD. I am not so aware with this tool. What does it offers and what are the best feature of this software. Does this gives all features what CorelDraw is equipped with.

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The Print Shop is a software professional layout and complete. It includes many classes and an interface easy to use, allowing you to create various outputs. Like for example you can create greeting cards, postcards, business cards, envelopes, banners, tickets, etc. The program includes a wide choice of images to add to your creations, and can also edit photos and add different effects.
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PrintShop is a full featured publishing software for mac. But there are even better known PrintShop eminently discuss with Apple's iLife suite. Convenient to import photos from iPhoto or data from iCal or Address Book. Yes, PrintShop even includes software for editing digital photographs, a little Photoshop lite that everyone without exception to use.
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PrintShop is only a good software that does what it has to do and does it well. If you are working online then PrintShop Mail is a software that allows users to quickly and easily create dynamic documents from databases. PrintShop Mail allows you to customize your promotional communications by integrating and customizing text, graphics, barcodes or complete layouts based on information found in your database.
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PrintShop Mail allows you to create customized messages that will help you improve the return customer and thus dramatically increase your sales. Use PrintShop Mail to customize the look and content of your promotional materials, such as your advertising, direct mail, flyers or any other type of promotional material. The best part of this tool is that there is no programming experience is necessary. You can use your design applications and databases.
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This software easily integrates with existing work flows with its open architecture and provides excellent performance. It also includes a snapshot you can see the results before printing and comes with nine bar code fonts. PrintShop Mail is a marketing tool for achieving all types of advertising and promotional materials (catalogs, invitations, flyers, brochures, etc..), Print and send by mail or e-mail.
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