Any good programs 4 makin black n white biz cards?

  Doire_Bhoy 16:36 01 Sep 05

Or is it better going to a printer. Soemone told me Publisher is s@*t

  Fellsider 16:41 01 Sep 05

It's only 's@*t' if you don't know how to use it.

  dave_and_confused 17:18 01 Sep 05

Publisher worked fine for my old business cards and also wedding invites.

  pj123 17:21 01 Sep 05

I use Avery Labels for all my Labels and Business Cards. From what I have been told Avery do a free download as a "plug-in" for Microsoft Word.

Try: click here

  Pesala 17:33 01 Sep 05

click here

A DTP program gives more flexibility than a Word-processor.

  dangerusone 20:44 01 Sep 05

as pj123 said the free edition is fine and just set the printer to print "black only"

  Gongoozler 20:53 01 Sep 05

There are many good applications for producing business cards, and which is best really depends on your way of working. In my experience the main disadvantages of printing your own at home are that inkjet printers are not really precision machines, so you have to avoid printing right to the card edges, and the ink generally isn't 100% waterproof so if the card gets wet the ink may run.

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