Need help to make business card on Windows PC

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  1. joharik

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    I want to design colorful business cards on my Windows PC with picture addition.
    If there is any Windows OS compatible software to business card, then suggest me.
  2. Trevor

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    Business Card Composer software — the complete solution for creating and printing excellent business cards, calling cards and badges.
  3. marriott

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    Creating a Single Business Card or a Single Sheet of Business Cards
    1. In Word 2003 or earlier versions, on the Tools menu, click Envelopes And Labels.

    In Word 2007 or later choose Labels from the Mailings tab.
    2. On the Labels tab, click Options.
    3. In the Labels Product list, click Avery Standard.
    4. In the Product Number list, click the type of Avery label you are using, such as 5371, 5372, 5376, or 5377 and click OK.
    5. In the Address area, enter the address information for the business card.

    NOTE: To modify the formatting of the address, select the address, click the right mouse button (Windows) or hold down CONTROL and click the mouse (Macintosh), and then click Font or click Paragraph on the shortcut menu. Make the appropriate changes in the Font or Paragraph dialog boxes, and then click OK.
    6. Print your business card, using the appropriate method below:
    a. Printing a Single Business Card

    To print a single business card at a specific location on the sheet of labels, follow these steps in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box:
    1. Under Print, click Single Label.
    2. Type the row and column for the print location of the card on the sheet of labels.
    3. Click Print. (On the Macintosh, click Print again).
    b. Printing an Entire Sheet of Business Cards To print an entire sheet of the same business card, follow these steps in the Envelopes and Labels dialog box:
    1. Under Print, click "Full page of the same label."
    2. Click Print. (On the Macintosh, click Print again.)
    To manually edit each card on the sheet, click New Document. Word creates a new document containing a sheet of business cards that you can edit before printing. You may also want to save the document as a template.

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