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rggoodie
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XnView

Post by rggoodie »

For those of you that use a digital reader in the Family History Centers, you know that Image Wizard has been replaced with XnView.

The directions for Xnview are not as complete as one would like, but if you go on line can find the users guide, however you will find it contains a number of blank pages.
http://wiki.xnview.com/index.php/XnView ... User_Guide


there is also a users forum for Xnview users
http://newsgroup.xnview.com/

I have received answers to my questions from the owner of the company.

As I have been struggling with this new program.
I hope this information helps the rest of you
pete_arnett-p40
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Location: Sunny South Florida, USA

XnView Home Use

Post by pete_arnett-p40 »

Richard,

Thanks for the links

Also, XnView can be download for private non-commercial, (e.g., home use), educational use and non-profit organization: http://www.xnview.com/en/download.html
:cool: Your Fellow Servant,
Porter (Pete) Lee Arnett Jr.
USA
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