by Nick Anis
Vletter is a handwritten, personal email product that
reflects your own style and personality.
It combines the power and convenience of word processing and email
with the personal touch of handwriting.
According to company spokesperson, using this unique product you
can make your email distinctive and memberable and your message will float
on top of a sea of generic email. The
program is very simple to operate but has some impressive features
including the ability to create very realistic handwritten documents,
controlling line spacing, randomization, and controlling the size of your
words. vLetter can
be run stand-alone or used along with most word processing programs.
There are several options for choosing and customizing the
stationary, colors, size, and so on.
The best way to use this
product is to purchase vLetter Professional for $129, which includes
Personal Font. You will need
to fill out a sheet with your handwriting and signature so that the
company can create your personal handwriting font.
This is the same company that has been selling Personal Font for
several years now. And
apparently they have learned quite a bit about accurately reproducing
handwriting and signatures. The
company expects much much higher demand for the software now that it works
with both hard copies and with email.
The new version of the font software had many useful options like
including or excluding parts of your signature like your middle initial or
last part … for Example Nick Anis, Jr. or Nick Anis or Nick.
I don't have a middle name, but if I did I could include it or not
with a simple mouse click.
For more information or to
purchase the product, point your browser to http://www.vletter.com/.
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Nick Anis is a food, wine, and travel
and technology writer with over 24 books in print published by
McGraw-Hill, Random House, Bantam, Ziff-Davis, Tab, and others. Nick's
articles have appeared in The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, West Coast
Media, The Family Publications Group, The Weekly News, and Travel-Watch.
His beats include food, travel, snow and waters sports, entertainment,
family recreation, consumer electronics, home improvement, and automotive.
He is responsible for the Restaurant Row Ethnic Dining Guide, co-published
by the Long Beach Press Telegram. Nick is an
accomplished downhill skier, PADI certified SCUBA diver, and when he's not
sitting on his butt goofing off, enjoys a variety of active recreation
including tennis, riding motorcycles, ATVs, wave runners, snow machines,
horses, skeet and trap shooting he's also taken a stab at riding camels,
donkeys, elephants, ostriches, lamas, dolphins, Reindeer, bulls,
mechanical bulls, and buffalo. Nick is a member (A
Secretary/Treasurer) of the International Food, Wine, and Travel Writers
Association (IFWTWA), a member of the North American Snow Sports
Journalist Association (NASJA), Computer Press Association, The Writer's
Guild, and listed in Books in Print, Media Map, and Press Access.
You can reach Nick at Editor@Travel-Watch.com.