AutoMe is a reliable and user-friendly windows automation software and macro recorder with task scheduler, color checker. AutoMe is very easy to use, you can record robot, and run it as many time as needed. No programing needed.
Asoftech Automation records all operation of mouse and keystrokes and saves them as macros. It can play back the recorded macros to automate recorded tasks any number of times.It is very easy to use and doesn't require any programming experience.
Images ready for the web in a SNAP! Select from JPEG, PNG, GIF and TIF.For years people have been complaining about how hard it is to findsoftware for what should be a simplejob - compressing images in compact formats, ready for the web.
FlashDWG is a DWG to Flash converter,the best way to share and publishAutoCAD DWG files on the web. FlashDWG is a DWG viewer without need of DWG viewer. Demo file: http://www.autodwg.com/dwg-to-flash/flash2.htm.
Automates common jpgfile operations. This package can rename, alter case, list, set attributes, encrypt, decrypt, wipe, delete and more. Support added for datepicture taken, date modified, date digitized and cameramake and model.
Winner of 7 awards, this is the perfectsolution for instantbatchprocessing of all your images. The most comprehensive program of its kind on the market today, it converts to 44 file types from over 170. Powerful, hassle-free and inexpensive.
PS to Image is a windowsapplication which can directly convert ps/eps to dozens of image formats, such as bmp,tiff,jpeg,gif,png,pcx,emf,wmf, and so on. It is easy to use and it is not based on print method.
PowerFlashPoint FREEconvertPowerPoint (XP/2003/2007) to flash in a single click. With PowerFlashPoint FREE 2.8 you can experience the capabilities of PowerFlashPoint without any limitations like time constraints or number of slides conversion.
FlashDWG is a dwg to flash converter, is the best way to share and publishAutoCAD DWG files on the web. FlashDWG is a dwg viewer without need of dwg viewer. demo file: http://www.autodwg.com/dwg-to-flash/flash2.htm