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Scrapbook Max Scrapbooking Software


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Scrapbook maxScrapbook Max Digital Scrapbooking Software : Indigo Rose Software announces Scrapbook MAX, a complete scrapbooking software application for Windows. Scrapbook MAX is the first software package to fully integrate digital photography with the look & feel of traditional paper scrapbooking, providing enthusiasts with the best of both worlds. Scrapbooking has become a phenomenon with over 25 million households participating in the 2.5+ billion a year scrapbooking industry, according to the National Survey of Scrapbooking in America. At the same time, people are taking more digital photos than ever. Scrapbook MAX bridges the gap between paper and digital with a unique combination of features inspired by traditional scrapbooking.
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Scrapbook MAX offers a user-friendly drag-and-drop workspace that makes digital scrapbooking fast, fun and easy for everyone. Even computer novices can make great looking scrapbooks in little time. Start with a ready-to-use scrapbook layout, and then rearrange everything to make it your own. Add your own photos, titles and journal text - it's as easy as pointing and clicking with your mouse. You can be as creative as you like with paper scraps, tags, speech bubbles, corners and more (there are thousands of embellishments included with the software). Scrapbook MAX even includes professional features like cropping, rotation, resizing, red eye reduction, scratch removal and special effects.

Scrapbook Max Digital Scrapbooking Software
Scrapbook MAX offers many different ways to share your scrapbooks with friends and family. You can create videos for watching on your home DVD player, archive them on CD-ROM, or even turn them into screensavers and slideshows. Your scrapbooks can also be printed in high resolution color - either at home or at your favorite photo lab. They can even be saved as JPG image files, ready to be emailed to friends, posted to blogs or uploaded to the Scrapbook MAX web gallery for online viewing.

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"Preserving your memories is what scrapbooking is all about," explains Colin Adams, president of Indigo Rose Software. "Digital scrapbooking just makes it faster, more affordable and completely fade-proof. And, since Scrapbook MAX is so easy to use, everyone can enjoy it." A free 30-day trial version is available for download from the companys website. Additionally, the free Scrapbook MAX online community features discussion forums with scrapbooking contests, newsletters, product updates, tips and tricks, technical support, a sharing gallery and more. Scrapbook MAX is available now for use with Windows 98 and higher. Pricing is $39.95 (US) and may be purchased at select retailers.

About Indigo Rose Software Design Corporation
Privately held, Indigo Rose Software has been developing innovative software products and professional multimedia tools since 1991. Indigo Rose is headquartered in Winnipeg, Canada, and may be contacted at (204) 946-0263.





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