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"mypublisher.com" equivalent on OS-X?


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I have used www.mypublisher.com previsouly on my old windows machine. I went to download it tonight for my new iMac and they do not support mac systems. Does anyone know of a website or service that would do something similar?

The system/service is that you can download a piece of free software, import pics and some text to make a VERY nice photo album and have it printed in "coffee table book quality." I have seen these books and this is not your typical print on a photo paper printer at home and bind at Kinkos. Nice linen or leather binders, all the way to tedge photos on the paper and an overall very professional look.

I am wanting to work on this for my wife for Christmas and I need some direction. Any sugggestions?

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i believe that if you have a .mac account, you can use iPhoto to make the book and then have it printed into a coffee table book from them.

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You don't even need a .Mac account to print a book from iPhoto. If you don't have iPhoto I'd recommend Kodak's EasyShare software which is free for everyone and can do the same thing by connecting to http://www.kodakgallery.com

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