Photos for Grandma 1.1

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Photos for Grandma is a specialized mailer for photos you'd like to send to your family and friends. Just drag and drop photos to send, choose email style template and let the program do all the hard work from resizing photos to sending a message.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP
Publisher:
XemiComputers Ltd.
Price:
$29.9
File size:
3.63 Mb
Date added:
February 28, 2008
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Description from the Publisher
Photos for Grandma is a specialized mailer for pictures you'd like to send to your family and friends. Just drag and drop pictures to send, type in a message subject and choose its style. Fun and done. The program takes care of everything else. It resizes pictures, creates a message from a template and sends it through your email account. It even rotates pictures that have orientation EXIF tag.
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