by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

checking out the BuzzXplore (viewing, organizing files,and converting etc.), and also, the BuzzSize looks interesting (resize, adjust density, rotate, mirror etc.) Thanks for sharing your opinion.

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by gerryvb 05 Aug 2008

I use buzz-tools and buzz edit, I'm used to it and have never tried another program. this was recommanded to me many years ago, by a demonstratrice of the brother and I'm fine with it.

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

Thank you for your comment. It's a big plus if there are no complaints. I'll have to take a look at the edit program too. Right now I just need to get a handle on my files.

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by joaniessw 05 Aug 2008

I only have the BuzzXplore, but really like it. I would like one day to maybe get the Buzz Size/Edit as I have used the trial of it. Most important will be a new machine however.

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

Thanks for you positive comment on the BuzzXplore. That's what I'd go for first.
Hope you get your "dream machine"!

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by tolgamum 05 Aug 2008

I have used a few different versions of trial software and settled for BuzzTools BuzzSize because I found it very easy to use and understand. It covers all the requirements you have mentioned and I've been happily using it since Santa placed it under our tree several years ago (after much prompting and note-dropping from me I might add).

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

Uh huh! I wonder if Santa would do that for me!? I'll go do the trial and then start telling DH the wonders of it. Thanks for the recommendation.

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by lbrow 05 Aug 2008

U have received several answers, now the choice is up to U dear *4u

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

Thanks lbrow! It does sound like good software! I need the organizing one first (story of my life, lol!).

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by sherz12 05 Aug 2008

I have tried several differnt re-sizing programs and found buzz size to be the best for me. it is very easy to use and i have no complaints. yes, it does adjust density, rotate,etc. all at a click of a button. And as soon as i get enough money togethere i will be buying this program.
try the free demo first to see if this is the right product for you!
have a good day

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

Thank you! From the brochure, I didn't know that you can have a trial time. I think I will.

americangirl by americangirl 05 Aug 2008

I would try the trial - I did, and I love it. You don't have anything to lose. Then you can decide if you like it too.

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by colonies1 05 Aug 2008

thanks I just might try that...........*4u

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

A flower for you dear ones that responded to my question! You are all so quick to offer help. Blessings to you all.

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by americangirl 05 Aug 2008

I use Buzz Tools. I am brand new, so I don't know all that it will do yet. I do really like it though. I have all my designs organized in it. I like to view the designs with the color charts while making them. Try the trial offer, I think it is for 21 days that will let you know how you like it. Sorry I'm not much help. I'm sure someone will come along to help you.

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newipswich by newipswich 05 Aug 2008

Thanks!! I didn't see in the brochure that they had a trial period. My designs are in rather a mess. I'm trying to put them on CD's, but then some I don't remember what they are because the file name doesn't clearly say. Yikes!!

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