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Matilda's Fantastic Cookbook Software features:
27 printing templates
• Front cover photo
• Recipe design customizer
• Measurement converter
• Symbol (°F) builder
• Recipe card customizer
• Email recipes
• Extremely easy to use
• Recipe card printer
• Family tree tracking
• 100+ great recipes & cooking tips
• Front cover,
• Contents,
• Address book,
• Birthday calendar,
• Biography
• Back cover


Software System Requirements:

Windows Vista
Windows XP
Windows 2000


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Make a Cookbook for Your Family, Group, Church or Yourself

Matilda's Fantastic Cookbook Software lets you make a cookbook at home by allowing you to do all the printing from your home computer. We make it easy for you to focus on your recipes and not on the software:

• No subscriptions: Print where you want, at home, at a copy shop, wherever. Be wary of subscription services! (Here are problems with online recipe book services.)

• Update your cookbook whenever you want! We'll never charge you a penny for making a new version.

 

Just need binders for making a cookbook?

No problem! Many come to us just for our great selection of cookbook binders and supplies:

easy bind kit
Easy Bind kits (as low as $5.25) give you a spiral bound look with snap-together ease.
cookbook binder
Family Cookbook Binder Kits. Includes half page or full page binder, dividers, divider labels, conversion charts.
See how the recipe software works here:
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Cookbook Advice:

Make Your Own Cookbook & Empower Yourself Take control with a cookbook!

Only 3 Tabs Away from Cookbook-Making Success A quick breakdown on how the three main sections of our software help you make a great cookbook.

The Top 3 Mistakes in Making a Family Cookbook Pitfalls to avoid in thinking about your own cookbook.

Family Photos Make the Family Cookbook How to get the photos just right.

3 Reasons Collecting Family Recipes Really Matters Connecting to the past, present and future.