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I've been using Sierra Print Shop for a while now and it got corrupted somehow... :tazz: I've tried reinstalling it...wont let me....anywhoo I was wondering if there is another good print shop program that is out there...anybody know of one? ;)
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Hello,

Would be able to tell us how you use or what functions you are looking for in the replacement program? I tried searching for info on the "Sierra Print Shop" program and couldn't find anything about it. A few good basic free image editors are:

The Gimp http://www.gimp.org/, a very nice free OS program comparable to Adobe Photoshop

Paint.Net [http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/], if you run windows, this is my personal favorite for fast image editing. Has a great intuitive GUI and many functions of Photoshop.

Hope that helps,
Tom
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I don't really want an image editing program, I needed one that people use to create cards or flyers, etc. With some word art and print art. I use this for school projects mostly, and I got pretty good at the last one, and kinda miss it!
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Hello again,

I didn't have much time to search, but one free open source option that may fulfill your needs is the OpenOffice suite (comparable to MS Office) and features two programs that are analagous to MS Publisher and Powerpoint that I think you could use to create cards and implement word art, print art, etc. You can check it out at:

http://www.openoffice.org/

Cheers,
Tom

I don't really want an image editing program, I needed one that people use to create cards or flyers, etc. With some word art and print art. I use this for school projects mostly, and I got pretty good at the last one, and kinda miss it!

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Thanks a lot! Just downloaded it...wroks great! :tazz:
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