Here are 3 more Screen Shots of
programs you can use to display
Here, two programs are being used simultaneously - (1) "Living Album 2000" AND (2) "Lens" desktop magnifyer. A virtual winning combination.
(1) "Living Album 2000": You can
get a near fully functioning version (3.2.2) FREE from http://www.clubphoto.com.
The registered version supports audio and video extensions - NICE. But the free
version still has a lot more than you could imagine; Amazing slide show
formatting, on-board image enhancement editor (really easy to use), and a choice
of viewing environments. I have selected the "school room" background
here to lend concentration to the subject and make it a delightful learning
experience. I would urge you not to hesitate to download this remarkable
program. Then all you need to get cracking with is a supply of quality stamp
images. Get Theme Master 2001. It will save you weeks
of work, not only days. And it provides excellent examples on which to model
your own scanned cyberstamps.
(2) "Lens" virtual magnifying
glass - a fun little tool for your desktop - Freeware from www.ABFsoftware.com
MyAlbum Freeware from http://quebec.eds-ingevision.fr/DMS/
A real workhorse that has brought gasps of astonishment from audiences to whom I have demonstrated its usefulness as a tool in virtual philately ... its sheer speed and versatility is amazing. Also has slideshow and print facilities. It does not recreate copy images but links directly to the directories where they are stored. Generous annotation facility and export options. I use it all the time and could not imagine virtual life without it.
Well, if you're into web page design I suppose there's nothing to stop you creating your own on line virtual albums in FrontPage, DreamWeaver or any of a host of HTML editors. To view this on line developing album click on this link. (Use your Back Button to return here)
Using Microsoft WEFT, a separate Web Embedding Font Tool, you
can ensure that your typographical design is not compromised when viewed from a
browser that does not share your same font library.