Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Print custom business cards with SpringPublisher


These days anyone trying to earn a dollar may be wearing a number of different hats and juggling more than one job. And that means they probably have use for several different business cards. The last time I went to a business networking event, I brought along four different cards to swap.

To get custom cards, you can design an order them online or at a copy shop. But you'll likely have to pay more than you'd like and order more cards than you might need. Or you can design your own and print limited runs using SpringPublisher, a free and easy to use desktop publishing program. SpringPublisher gives you access to dozens of different templates to produce both business cards and letterhead stationery.

It has a multi-layer editor, detailed help-files, and it supports popular Avery paper stock for cards and labels. Users can add custom artwork, including QR codes, maps or barcodes and image effects.

The current version 4.1 works with just about any Windows OS, from Windows 2000 to Windows 8. There's a free version for non-commercial use and an upgraded Pro version at the company's website.


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