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Discussion in 'General Software' started by jefflarson, Jan 26, 2007.

  1. jefflarson

    jefflarson New Member

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    Has anyboby tried this software (winpcsign 2007), if so what, What do you think or what have you heard

    Thanks
    Jeff
     
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  2. mladams7259

    mladams7259 Very Active Member

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    PM the member KEN, he uses it.
     
  3. mark-s

    mark-s Active Member

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    I have winsign pro 14 and letter 2005, I like them both also use other software.
    Anyway go to "signmax.us" and check out the orum there....may help

    mark-s
     
  4. Kerrylim

    Kerrylim Member

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    I use WinPCsign and like it. I find the image editing features work very well. Considering the upgrade to 2007.
     
  5. Ken

    Ken Major Contributor

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    Hi, Welcome to S101.
    I've used winpc sign(letter12) for 3 years. Between the chinese hardware ( Creation CT630) and the French/English software it was a bit of a scramble to get it all together, but I must say it is very capable software. I really don't know much about the '07 version. The older version still works well for me.
    You may want to use Corel X3 for some design features then convert to .eps and export to WinPC for cutting.
    I didn't have much luck contacting the people at SignMax for support.
    They do have a discussion forum where you can get some additional info.
    For entry level software, you can't do much better.
    Regards...Ken
     
  6. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    Get Corel draw x3 and cocut pro, You will have the ability to design and cut anything you can imagine.
     
  7. jefflarson

    jefflarson New Member

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    Thanks for everyones Feedback

    Jeff
     

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