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looking for software to print and manage membership cards


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so i am looking for a program that will allow me to Design, Print and manage membership cards for my car club. any suggestions?
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Have used Microsoft 2011 for this. Set up a template, scan the membership badge for inclusion and away you go.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-au/te...010144171.aspx


http://blog.badgy.com/en/2012/01/new...plate-library/

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Or, if you'd like the membership cards to look nice, try Pages.

Actually, strike that: if they happen to need to be business-card-sized, try BCC --

Business Card Composer — Business card software for Mac — Overview
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Or, the very nice Swift Publisher currently on sale at the Mac App store for $19.99. Includes loads of templates of which there are some for business cards.
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Pages does have a lot of business card templates that woud work well for membership cards.
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And so does Office 2011. The Microsoft template web site has dozens of free templates for download including all sorts of business card templates with various designs. However, I prefer to do my own which is why I recommend a DTP program such as Swift Publisher or iStudio Publisher both available at a very competitive price from the Mac App store.
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thanks for all the input guys, going to go with Business Card Composer, it looks perfect for my needs
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