A couple of months ago I posted a query as to what was a good program that
could be used for cataloging photos and got back some good suggestions.
I have found a evaluation program for which I will buy the full updated copy
of a program called ACDSee. It sort of configures like Windows Explorer but
also has a preview window that can pop up a thumbnail of a .JPG or .BMP file.
A double click gives you a full screen version of the photo. There's also a
space for a memo field. <A HREF="http://www.acdsystems.com/index.htm">ACD
SYSTEMS - Digital Image Viewing and Management, </A>
I downloaded the classic shareware edition to play with.
If I had the brains, time, money, expertise, drive, chutzpah, etc. this is
what I would have designed.
I often scan stuff at work on a flatbed but had trouble transporting the
files from work to home on a floppy. I discovered http://floppycenter.com
which allows file transfer of a file as large as 10 mb.
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