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What is FotoSlate Application?
The Fotoslate application is a program that can be used to create layouts for print projects. Using Fotoslate, a person can take his digital image files and place them in layouts that correspond to any of several project types, from photobooks to calendars. Smaller projects—such as wallet-sized photoprints—can be created with it as well.
The program has editing tools that allow users to embellish their projects with various art objects. Users can place objects anywhere on a project, rotate and flip them, and make use of the provided templates as the foundations for what they can later turn into customized work using other resources such as predesigned image and project borders. Multipage projects have page management utilities for rearrangement of pages and text can be added to projects.
The program is compatible with Windows 2000, 7, Vista, and XP. In order to run as intended, it needs to be paired with a minimum of 128MB of system memory, although the developer recommends a higher figure of 256MB for it to be fully functional. It is also able to import a variety of formats as well as capable of exporting them direct-to-print or to PDF.
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File types supported by FotoSlate Application
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About file types supported by FotoSlate Application
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Last updated: : July 20, 2014