'Photos for Grandma' Sends E-Mails With Style

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Every once in a while you need to send out an e-mail with some photos. New Windows program called Photos for Grandma now simplifies that process and turns it into fun with picturesque results.

XemiComputers presented a new software product that brings innovation to the world of sharing digital photos via e-mail. The program romantically named Photos for Grandma is actually a specialized mailer that automates the process of sending an e-mail with photos.

In practice, a user chooses photos to send, selects a design template for the message, writes its subject and leaves the rest to the program. Photos for Grandma then resizes all photos to make them optimal for e-mail and assembles them in the chosen design template. The finalized message goes directly to selected recipients. With several options available for choosing photos, including easy to use drag & drop technique, the whole thing with sending photos goes smooth and saves time.

On a technical side photos are resized to small (640x480), medium (800x600) or large (1024x768) size that is set for each contact separately. Supported picture file formats are JPG, BMP, TIFF, PNG, PCX and TGA. If your camera tags photos with orientation information then the program will also rotate photos automatically.

Photos for Grandma is priced at $29.90 for a license that allows installation on three different computers. You can try it free for 15 days with no restrictions. The program is available for Windows XP and Vista computers and to download it visit its web site at:
http://www.photosforgrandma.com

About XemiComputers
XemiComputers was founded in 1997 as a company focused on developing high quality software for the Windows platform. Many successful programs came out under the simple philosophy to respect user's perspective throughout the development process. XemiComputers develops software for the general market and on customer requests. Second division of the company offers full range of Web presence solutions. For more information visit http://www.xemico.com

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