In this roundup of articles regarding designing your own printable business cards I will give a brief synopsis and quick links to the articles I have already written about how to make free business cards using several different methods. Therefore you’ll have a general overview about what your options are in order to complete this project. Once you’ve decided on the best course of action, click on that article and you will be given the specifics to get the job done quickly and easily with that particular method.
How to Create Business Cards in Microsoft Word will be the best bet for people who are comfortable working with Microsoft Word. This word-processing program can be navigated quite easily to make some decent cads utilizing their free business card templates. This article provides you with a step by step tutorial illustrating the same screenshots you will see as you work through Word to create your personalized calling card. That means you can keep the article up in one window and click back and forth so that you know exactly what to do every step of the way, screen by screen. Word.
Business Cards Free and Easy first pinpoints the best online sources for using free customizable templates designed specifically for personalizing and manufacturing business cards. Go right to the best sources rather than getting side tracked by sites that don’t exactly deliver what they promise. This article then provides you with a lot of good information about all the elements to consider when designing a card destined for success. Tips on the right paper to use are here too.
How to Make Business Cards with Microsoft PowerPoint is self-explanatory. Here you’ll get a detailed account on how to use PowerPoint, the software that killed the overhead projector, to make cards. Some people may prefer this method for its creative capabilities. The easy to follow instructions I lay out are quite handy for the novice.
Business Cards Printed For Only Shipping Costs is the best option for those small business owners who are apt to create their cards online using free templates to customize with logos, images, and whatever else and then have the finished product printed remotely and shipped to them. That way you don’t have to concern yourself with choosing paper for this project and the rest of the printing process at all. I’ll guide you to the best printing companies that offer this service here.
Soon, I will add even more options to this series to further help you manufacture high-quality business cards as quick as possible.
This post is part of the series: Business Card Resources
- A Business Card Guide: Resources for Creating Your Own Free Cards
- Really? You Can Use PowerPoint to Make Business Cards?
- Make Business Cards with Avery Online to Form a Lasting Impression