First Name Almanac
|License:||Free to try|
|File size:||30.03 MB|
|Publisher:||Ken Kirkpatrick Software|
Publisher description for First Name Almanac
Do you know what your first name means? Ken Kirkpatrick Software, the largest publisher of personalization software, has announced the latest release of First Name Almanac, a Windows program that lets your computer create suitable-for-framing printouts about the meaning of any name.Using your computer, printer and this software package: Professionals, from health care providers to insurance agents, can use First Name Almanac to create personalized certificates for their clients, which will increase customer loyalty as well as enhance the professionals' name recognition. Fund raisers can use First Name Almanac to create personalized spill-proof cups, can-coolers, and key-chains to raise contributions for their schools, churches, scout troops or fraternal organizations. Entrepreneurs can use First Name Almanac to create personalized mugs, steins, and jewelry boxes, starting a new business with a modest capital investment. Corporations can use First Name Almanac to create dazzling certificates, desk name plates, wearable buttons and custom- tailored leave-behinds, eliminating the need to buy expensive personalized gifts for their employees, customers and prospects. When you select an individual's name from First Name Almanac's database of 250,000+ first names, the program retrieves the meaning of the name, local origin and root of the name and, optionally, lets you include astrological information and other personal traits in its customized printout. First Name Almanac Pro contains dozens of personalized poems and verses for all occasions. You can add your own personalized sentiments to the beginning and end of each printout. The program will even create a poem out of the letters of any first name ("M" is for ...) First Name Almanac Pro supports color printers, and gives you complete control over your color selections. Like all of the user preferences, you can set them and forget them, or easily change them, as often as you like.