WCatalog 1.2

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WCatalog 1.2
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Version: 1.2
Size: 975 KB
Publisher: WSoft Lab
Date Added:
License [?]: Shareware (USD$25.00 to buy)
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows 2000
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Publisher's Description of WCatalog

" A tool to organize your data in hierarchic structure with nodes including text, picture, or the both. "
- From WSoft Lab

With WCatalog you can:

* make tree-like structure where each item can have colored text title and icon

* assign to each node of tree some document with RTF-text and picture

* store and edit catalogs on your PC

* publish your catalog on Web in form of HTML and XML files

You can use WCatalog in different areas: catalog of your company products, your photoalbum, graphical results of scientific researches with comments, collection of your beloved dishes, many other collections.

Limitations in downloadable version

30-Day Trial.


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wcatalog   |  tool   |  organize   |  data   |  hierarchic   |  structure   |  text   |  pictures   |  photoalbum   |  graphical   |  collections   |  tree like   |  store   |  edit   |  catalogs   |  xml   |  html   

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