DRPU Greeting Card Maker Software
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Clear-cut application which enables you to create all sort of greeting cards, as well as print them, without using many computer resources
DISCOUNT: 20% OFFDRPU Greeting Card Maker Software is a software utility which enables you to design greeting cards suitable for a wide range of occasions.
After finishing a surprise-free installation process, you are met with a simple interface, which contains a menu bar, several shortcut buttons, a panel for templates and another one that displays your ongoing project.
Aside from that, it has an intuitive design, meaning it is accessible to all types of people, even those with little to no experience with computers. In fact, users can even take advantage of a design wizard.
This software tool enables you to choose from a wide range of greeting card templates, appropriate for occasions such as retirement, birthdays, farewell, get well soon and weddings anniversary.
In addition to that, DRPU Greeting Card Maker Software helps you change the background or card shape (rectangle, rounded rectangle, ellipse, CD/DVD etc.), add signatures, text, lines, geometrical shapes, cliparts, watermarks, word art, barcodes and other images from your hard drive, in formats such as PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, ICO and TIFF.
It is also possible to add effects to the background picture, like adjusting the gamma, brightness, contrast and hue levels, as well as use a solid or gradient color.
You can lock or unlock items in place, as well as bring them to the front or send them to the back, zoom in and out, and establish date and time, greeting title, message, groom and bride names and other information.
To conclude, DRPU Greeting Card Maker Software is an efficient piece of software when it comes to designing greeting cards or invitations for any occasion you can think of. CPU and memory usage is minimal, response time is good and our tests did not reveal any errors or crashes.
DRPU Greeting Card Maker Software was reviewed by Madalina Boboc
Last updated on December 30th, 2013