The Birthday Chronicle produces a personalized mini-newspaper front page, including graphics, that will be treasured for years. No special paper is required. The printout includes a greeting, by name, from the then-President of the United States, plus newspaper headlines and stories from the recipient's year of birth. Combining nostalgia and history, people celebrating their birthdays can look back at the world as it was on the day they were born.
Family members can send personalized birthday to the whole family at a fraction of the cost of buying greeting cards.
Insurance agents, brokers and medical providers can use the programs to create personalized keepsakes for their clients, resulting in increased customer loyalty.
Entrepreneurs can use The Birthday Chronicle to create personalized, suitable-for-framing mementos that their customers will cherish for a lifetime.
With its emphasis on ease-of-use, The Birthday Chronicle lets you enter an individual's name and birthday, and the newspaper-style printout is created automatically. You can also enter a batch of names and birthdays, and the program will print them in one simple step.
The Birthday Chronicle costs $49.95 and requires WindowsXP or Vista. There are never any royalty or use fees, and lifetime software upgrades are included, free. Available from Ken Kirkpatrick Software, PO Box 389, Taft, CA 93268-0389. Phone: (661) 763-3545.
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