How Are Business Cards Made?

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Business cards are first designed on a computer design program. Next, they are printed on a thick card stock. The business cards are then cut out of this card stock into individual cards.
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1. Open the program where you have your business card stored. You will want to zoom out enough so you can view the whole card; this will allow for more accurate placement of your
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