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Giveaway of the day — iBizCard

Your Best Business Card Maker.
$39.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 328 77 comments

iBizCard was available as a giveaway on April 29, 2008!

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iBizCard is powerful yet easy-to-use Business card design software which supports production of various kinds of Business card, Staff card, Membership card and Interactive CD business card. With its built-in templates of different categories and detailed video tutorials and explanations, you can design your unique business card in an instant.

System Requirements:

Windows 2000/XP/Vista

Publisher:

iBizCard

Homepage:

http://www.ibizcard.biz/

File Size:

19.1 MB

Price:

$39.95

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#77

I haven't downloaded this but I'm wondering why anyone would need it?
My Word Perfect program does all the things this one does.

Reply   |   Comment by Jess  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#76

Some of the gaotd apps have been very useful. This one is just awful. for example, I use two screens, for graphics purposes, that are landscaped together (one big screen). The app shows up right in the middle (that is, where the two screens meet) and it is impossible to move. You'd think that a simple move, resize, object for the gui would be standard. Second, there is a ton of apps out there on the web that accomplish the same thing anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by BinMg  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#75

iBizCard had update to 2.15
- Added keyboard shortcuts(Ctrl+C : Copy, Ctrl+V : Paste , Ctrl+Z : Undo , Ctrl+Y Redo , Del: Delete)
- Added mouse right click menu
- Added letter size paper output option
- Fixed Antivirus false-positives problem
iBizcard website: http://www.ibizcard.biz/

Reply   |   Comment by iBizcard Studio  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#74

won't run for me. AVG says it makes a temporary folder containing virus but this is just a false positive. Bizcard studio runs then crashes and displays somthing in chineese.
uninstalled after first five minutes :(

Reply   |   Comment by GIveaway721  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#73

I'd probably keep it,but it kept screwing up on me when I try to test my CD card,sorry,but you need to cut off the extremely important problems first.

Reply   |   Comment by OMG!  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#72

I'ld just like to remind people that even careful developers can accidentally release products with viruses. I bought a game player direct from China that had a vbs virus on it which was activated because the machine looked like a flash drive and executed autorun.inf as soon as it was connected via USB[*]. I doubt that the Chinese factory deliberately put it there, yet that's where it came from. (It was a rather amusing virus because it looked for image files with names (*in Chinese*) that implied porn. My guess was it was written by the Chinese state-sponsored hacking team. I just can't imagine regular hackers going out of their way to delete someone's pr0n collection!)

Anyway, all I'm cautioning about is even if a vendor assures you a program is virus free, and indeed is sincere in his belief, check it for yourself. Actually, this is a perfect opportunity for folks to try out ReturnIl if they installed it last week...

G
[*: that was before I found the hack to permanently disable autorun.inf - http://windowssecrets.com/2007/11/08/02-One-quick-trick-prevents-AutoRun-attacks ]

Reply   |   Comment by G  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#71

It's very nice that the company rep defended the product - I'm also glad that my comment about getting a virus notice the exact moment I started the program wasn't deleted. Like I said, could be a weird coincidence, but I downloaded and installed, stated the program and got a virus alert. I deleted the prog and shredded the installer and, hey, it was free and removed cleanly. But I left AVG and AntiVir running when I went to bed and they both found and deleted a virus.
I'm also glad they edited their own reply because their orignal claim that their program didn't contain any antivirus wasn't actually very reassuring.

Reply   |   Comment by poppaspank  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#70

#52 - J Carlos

Your failure to be able to connect to the GOTD activation website may signal a problem that can keep recurring. It has with me and a few others. There are a number of posts in the forums on this topic. Please meet us there.

Reply   |   Comment by Flattop  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#69

I WAS gonna try this proggie...but i got so caught up in the back and forth on the board...I forgot to even think about downloading..LOL I guess I wont. The comments are way more interesting! This is American English for anyone who cares. Who gives a ****(use your imagination)!

Reply   |   Comment by Queenie  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#68

tadfw #30 & #58. Are you joking? I had a look at your designs. You make a mockery of the word professional. One would think that a program such as the one offered here would be too good for your extremely limited design skills.

Reply   |   Comment by Jenni  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#67

I am not going to download this program. Not for any reason but its not a program I would use. However, I want to comment on something here, that makes me kind of upset. It appears this forum on commenting on the program, has resulted into insulting, name calling and putting others down. I am also surprised the Giveaway of the Day people even bother in offering stuff any more. It appears to be a thankless job for so many, when all they can do is whine and complain because it is not what they wanted. When you buy something for free, you get what you pay for. I have been happy with most of what I have gotten, and not so happy with others......I take the good with the bad.

I appreciate in reading what others say about the program. I think it can be done though without insulting everyone.

I just want to thank the people that offer this site a huge thank you. I have gotten so many great things that I could not afford to purchase if i wanted to.

Reply   |   Comment by Paula  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#66

i downloaded the program and installed it, it installed good. i have used the program for awhile and found it to be nice.

for the people that complain that it doesn't alow you to create your own graphics, i have this to say: stop complaining, its not a graphics creator, its a card designer. it was made to make making cards easier, just get a photo editor, make your graphic, and then upload it to your card, its not that hard. all you people need to do is take some time and use it, don't just give it a quick glance and judge it badly.

as for the software, i like it, i found it easy to use and it makes nice cards.

thanks GAOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by me  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#65

#62 - anyone downloading software should be aware of the increasing number of false positives generated by antivirus software, and arm themselves with utilities to help confirm whether a file is malicious or not. Consider the free, fast, automated VirusTotal service. GOTD continually asks people with technical problems and questions to post a message on the Installation and activation problems FORUM page, with short clear titles after checking to see if anyone else has already begun a discussion on the software of the day. Most likely, "Does iBizCard have a virus?" would have gotten you a pretty quick and reassuring reply.

FWIW, neither my antivirus or malware shields reported a virus during installation, and a utility called Vundofix failed to find any malicious code. In all the time I've been downloading GOTD software, I cannot recall an instance where the sporadic security warnings reported by users was verified. That's why they're called false positives. I didn't particularly like the program, but I've been spoiled by an earlier GOTD program called BusinessCardsMX by mojosoft.

Reply   |   Comment by Merlin's Mentor  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#64

I saw the publisher's comment that this software is spyware free. However, like several others, I am finding a problem. This program creates several files on startup in a windows temp directory, including krnln.fnr which Spyware Terminator defines as trojans.

Can the publisher explain the purpose of these temp files? What purpose do they serve?

Does anyone else know?

Reply   |   Comment by Bill Stifler  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#63

I am aware that vendor came forth and said ''no virus or malware whatsoever''Yet a guy in Turkish GAOD talk about a certain TR/Crypt.XPACK.Gen. He doesn't mention which,if any,AV tool came up with this positive alert.What gives?
Nobody commented here regarding any malware stashed somewhere ?
The Limey guy with English English bullshit,I guess it is not enough that some,so called native speakers put their 2 cents.
It may come to you as a shock, but there is no such thing as English;in reality there are jargons,say,specialty languages.Each and every carpenter or IT specialist or any other member of the any profession can and would communicate with any other guy who speak the same language.And they don't complain.
This is not a linguistic message board;Unless you have something to say on softwares,IT technology or anything along the lines say so,otherwise shut up and listen.And get a life.

Reply   |   Comment by hakan  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#62

Clicking on my username will take you directly to my site, where you can see some of my design examples, and you’ll see that I don’t use those “symbolism” images, as I design everything from scratch and according to what the customer needs / requests.


OMG Dude! Those are *terrible*. Do you actually make a living selling these? You do understand that you're supposed to put your _best_ work on your web page?

G

Reply   |   Comment by G  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#61

Several people have commented that iBizCard is registering on spyware checkers. Spyware Terminator also marked this program. It runs several programs in a temp folder, including krnln.fnr all of which Terminator identified as Trojan software. Can the developer explain the purpose of these temp files and why they are created when the program opens? I saw the publishers earlier comment that the program has a clean bill of health. Still, I'd like to know why these files are being created, and what purpose they serve.

Anyone else have any ideas?

Reply   |   Comment by Bill Stifler  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#60

I downloaded & installed the package. Tried to run the program and activate / register it. But, every time I tried to run the program afresh, I got a Virus Warning!!! I am running Windows XP Pro SP3 fully updated (Legal copy) and TrendMicro PC-Cillin. As soon as I run the installed program, PC-Cillin pops up two messages of Virus detection, which are automatically quarantined. The referred files are %USERPATH%Temp\E_4\eAPI.fne and %USERPATH%Temp\E_4\iext.fnr both reporting a virus named "Mal_Vundo"!!! Then a message pops with unreadable characters!! (Perhaps a message in a language, which is not installed on my machine).

So, am going to uninstall it. This is the first time a GiveAway of the Day program has done this. I think GAOTD should check their offers more in detail to ensure there are no malwares.

Reply   |   Comment by Jagath M  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#59

To #24
As a rather pompous and self-important "qualified English teacher" who
"would be grateful if you ‘posters’ would speak English (preferably English, English) not American English", I would have thought that a slightly more intelligent, co-herent version of "Because it's COOL? Get Real" could have been used.

Reply   |   Comment by chazza  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#58

Sorry, but this isn't for me. It takes far too long to design your card, not helped by not being able to just undo the last thing you did. Also, the limited number of templates is very off-putting. I've been using Publisher for my cards for a while, & I think I'll be sticking with that. I can have the sizes I want, move the imported graphics very easily, create my own templates & quickly correct something that I don't like. Importantly, if I want to have a large batch of cards done & don't have time to do them myself, I can e-mail the publisher file to a printer & he'll have them ready for me for the same day or the next day as he doesn't have to make any alterations to the design, worry about compatability etc.

Reply   |   Comment by TheBusy1  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#57

#49 Insane or inane?

Reply   |   Comment by Carl  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#56

53 . I have a question that relates to business cards, logos, and so on.
If post #30’s writer would answer, or anyone ‘in the know’ I would surely like to hear the answer. And thanks ahead of time !
What I have wanted to know for ages is WHY the same old symbolism is used in basically all logos ? For example, Pyramid, Sunrise, Eye, Checkmark, Serpent, Square and so forth. These certain symbols are far too prevalent in the logo field to be by accident/coincidence. This is important to me, please answer. Thanks,
Mansion Trash


#57 provided a very good answer ... many biz card templates / programs offer those "basic" symbols / designs for whatever purpose.

Clicking on my username will take you directly to my site, where you can see some of my design examples, and you'll see that I don't use those "symbolism" images, as I design everything from scratch and according to what the customer needs / requests.

Hopefully, that answers your question(s).

Reply   |   Comment by tadfw  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#55

#53 In response to your question, "What I have wanted to know for ages is WHY the same old symbolism is used in basically all logos ? For example, Pyramid, Sunrise, Eye, Checkmark, Serpent, Square and so forth. These certain symbols are far too prevalent in the logo field to be by accident/coincidence."

All of these symbols have significance in myth. While I doubt these companies are deliberately using them for their mythological symbolism, these symbols have a longstanding history in mythology. I suppose, if members of the company are Masons, they might be using them deliberately. Although I am not a Mason, I understand that those in the order are also familiar with mythological symbols.

Reply   |   Comment by Bill Stifler  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#54

Sorry If I'm not too in-tuned with what is going on, but I tried the software yesterday, had a problem and left a comment. I see that others are thanking the company rep for monitoring....where' are the companies comments on the issues?

Reply   |   Comment by aguila_monster  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#53

have used a number of business card creator programs in the freeware/shareware arena. Frankly, I haven't really cared for any of them. Unfortunately, this one fits into that category also. The on-screen experience is a little . . . quirky. There is no 'full-screen' mode that I can find. Also, I don't like not being able to use the keyboard for a function as simple as using the 'delete' key.

The download went ok. However, I would have been at a loss on how to register, had I not read about it in the comments section of the website. Sorry, I like things to be intuitive. Having to read a laborious readme file is not my idea of a good way to get started.

I found the graphics to be very elementary, and somewhat cheezy. They are, however, easy to find and easy to move around on the work surface.

Really, the program is pretty easy to use. It just doesn't do what I need it to do.

Jim

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#52

I can't recall a GOTD offering that produced such a strong response from both pro and con camps - and in only 50 posts. I had planned to pass on this but the positive comments, in particular from those who don't plan to use the program for business cards, have me intrigued.
Ken Kelly: I never considered it before, but kicking yourself in the balls would seem to be a near impossibility. Please post a demo on YouTube.
One problem with any program written to run on Windows 9x/Me may be that it is not optimized to run on Win2K/XP/Vista (which, among other things, likely means running on a system with much more memory and diskspace, and better video and cpu). On the other hand, how much system resources should be required by a business card layout program?

Reply   |   Comment by Richard Blake  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#51

I have a question that relates to business cards, logos, and so on.
If post #30's writer would answer, or anyone 'in the know' I would surely like to hear the answer. And thanks ahead of time !
What I have wanted to know for ages is WHY the same old symbolism is used in basically all logos ? For example, Pyramid, Sunrise, Eye, Checkmark, Serpent, Square and so forth. These certain symbols are far too prevalent in the logo field to be by accident/coincidence. This is important to me, please answer. Thanks,
Mansion Trash

Reply   |   Comment by Mansion Trash  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#50

Could not tell if it's a good program or don´t. I couldn't connect to GOTD website to activate it!

Reply   |   Comment by J Carlos  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#49

Ugly error message when I go to open the installed product. Must be my antivirus software.

Reply   |   Comment by Ken  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#48

Excellant review by giveawayoftheday prior too this giveaway. I,m really impressed also. Thanks again giveawayoftheday! I read a few comments about computers crashing up above. Its probably not the software. You have too much stuff on your computer, try a utility like disk cleaner, registry cleaner, or a privacy cleaner. I have XP and I have absolutly no problems period, but I use utilitys often to clean my computer.

Reply   |   Comment by dewayne  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#47

This has got to be the most insane round of comments I have ever seen on GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#46

Has anyone tried printing to PDF Creator (http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfcreator/) or similar? In the Adobe Acrobat Reader you can set the page to enlarge or shrink to fill -- would that be enough to make the conversion from A4 to letter?

Reply   |   Comment by mic  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#45

iBizCard may not be Photo Shop but it's FREE at GOTD! If anyone can't navigate to and use all the features.....well.....you couldn't use a high end product either. As for a business card stock and/or paper size, there are features/options that allow you to make the needed adjustments. The CD business card feature, as it's called, is a nice and unexpected touch! Also, if you have any imagination at all, the software can be use for other quick projects. FYI....I just printed a page of name badges on Avery 8395 stock. Now, this is not a program that I will use all the time but is certainly a great tool for cranking out a few labels, business cards, etc in a hurry! So, here's my opinion.....if you don't like iBizCard just uninstall it and move on!

"Wherever you go, there you are!"

Reply   |   Comment by Glenn Parker  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#44

This is a nifty little program that I expect to get a lot of use from. I have already created several templates and imported some images into the icon library which the kids will enjoy using.

I do have a couple of suggestions though. There seems to be no way of deleting an image that you don't want and no way of closing the graphic menu easily without actually inserting something. The price is a bit too steep as well. Every card I produced had to be resized which was a real pain since I had to open another graphics program to do so. There needs to be a way to save a card with the dimensions specified. Still this program is easy enough for a 7 year old to use and he is completely delighted with it. He made club membership cards with it.

Reply   |   Comment by Bethany  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#43

@ ken kelly and greg g
Stop telling people what to buy. Not everyone can afford to upgrade. It would have been enough to point out the software made no claims about working on 98 but bashing them for having an old OS is too much. And you should certainly not suggest that they pirate their OS.

Reply   |   Comment by enovy  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#42

I will try this altho if it doesn't support US sized papers I probably won't be able to use it. But I DO want to THANK the REP from the company for being here to monitor and answer comments! VERY NICE!!!

As to free alternatives that do other types of business needs ... I use Avery's Design Pro that can be d/l free from their site to do most of my printing needs ... from address labels to flyers to bizness cards to CD labels. The program is full-featured ... a few drawbacks but over all pretty good.

Reply   |   Comment by Laverne Reynolds  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#41

VISTA USERS: RIGHT CLICK AND SELECT FROM SUB MENU "RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR"
Installs with ease. Once setup is complete and product is registered, simply browse the available templates, customize and print! Viola!
Visit their website to download 3 additional templates to add to the variety already installed.
There are three primary categories:
-General
-Industry
-Simple
Frankly, I find this product quite appealing and I would pay $20 to $25 for this in a retail store. I am certain most would find $39.95 to be very unreasonable when there are less expensive alternatives readily available.

Here is more information directly from their website.

-Business card mode:

1.Support multi-layer typeset
2.Support inserting various images, words, graphs and bar codes (Code39)
3.Support image processing, such as transparence, rotate, color etc.
4.Support high resolution output.
5.Support typeset print
6.Support batch producing business card, staff card or membership card in both database mode mode.

CD business card mode:

1.Support multi-layer and multi-page typeset
2.Support inserting control including video, audio, word, image, hyperlink and so on
3.Event trigger function and built-in easy-to-use script allows you to produce interactive CD business card with ease.
4.Support virtual publish directory function
5.Support generating CD business card as executable file.


English is said to be the most difficult language in the world to learn, so I choose not to comment on the developers use of it, grammar and punctuation. These are not necessary qualties when creating great software.

Thank you Slava! Your efforts are greatly appreciated!

Thank you iBizCard! This is a wonderful and useful program! Please consider lowering your price so it can be affordable to many more potential buyers.

Regards,
Laura

Reply   |   Comment by Laura Lee  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#40

The program installed and registered without a problem on my XP SP2 (Home Edition). I love these type 'application' programs, and I'll keep this one, however it has some faults and limitations. It's very slow starting and equally slow switching modes, i.e., from card to CD mode; from a project mode to create a new project. I initially thought the program wasn't going to start or had shut down when switching (which it seems to do).

It took awhile to find the "Employee ID" template - (under "Template Type: Industry). There is only one template with an employee (or member) photo option; of course you can design whatever you want. For me, these are most beneficial for small non-profit organizations with few employees or volunteers, or private clubs and social organizations with few members. The *bar code* is a great touch; however it seems to be a standard icon; not interactive (or changing) with the employee or Member ID number. With all the options given for it, it seems a shame not to be really functional for keyless scanner entry systems.

There are a LOT of options and functionality not seen with a cursory glance, but there are a lot of limitations, too. Not being able to "go back," not having an "Undo" option, or use the standard mouse 'right-click' on most items, is a real pain. It takes extra time to manipulate to a previous design -- if you can remember what it was. I found the 'help files' not particularly helpful. While I could read the words, I couldn't readily interpret the meaning they wanted to convey. Fortunately, you can save what you have as a .jpg image for reference. Again, another limitation is that there seems no default directory and the program doesn't remember the last directory used, or the last file name used.

Perhaps the greatest limitation is the lack of printer templates. Seems we're stuck with A4 size and no provision to use the vast array of standard business-card stock supplies on the market. (Do they make pre-cut A4 business card sheets?) I'll use the program, but I'll probably save the results as a .jpg image to use with another business card program. That way, I can print the cards on my supply of pre-cut business-card stock.

John

Reply   |   Comment by John38111  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#39

@DC (39): "I can’t even see how to get out of the program without using Windows Task Manager."

I believe just click the big red X.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#38

@SH (36): "Has anyone found all of those “detailed video tutorials” listed on the opening help screen?"

This will Not be a lot of help - sorry - but I installed in Vista, & am now in XP & can't fire up the program... However looking around the installed folder(s) [Program files\iBizcard\...] I came across some flash video files, so there is something there -- I just didn't pay enough attention in the program or help files to tell you how to start the videos playing.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#37

Very bad navigation design. I can't even see how to get out of the program without using Windows Task Manager.

Reply   |   Comment by DC  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#36

This is my first comment on this site, and I wanted to direct it at Phred (#24). I also provide English teaching services (American English). But, I'll tell you what -- neither of us, or anyone else for that matter, has a right to come here and tell people what type of English they should speak, whether they should speak English at all, or whether they should use grammar. That is not our business.

This is a site that provides access to freeware. While I don't post comments normally, I do read them to learn more about products. So you'll pardon me for saying this, but provide useful feedback to the online community or keep to yourself. I believe what #34 said is true and perhaps is the best way to respond to your comment, "Okay, but you have to realize that the Internet is a global community; a bit of empathy and understanding for those who are not “English” but are trying to communicate with us in OUR language seems in order."

Please respect what others say and how they say it. We haven't been hired by this site to be the grammatical watch-dogs. In my opinion, which holds little to no weight, the only time we should add our own, non-program related comments is if someone speaks in a profane manner that is considered inappropriate. But mind you that inappropriate does not equate to bad grammer - it means obscene and foul language.

____

To provide some feedback on the actual software, so as not to respond only to Phred, I have Microsoft Publisher and I find that it provides me with all that I need. As for the software on its own, I really didn't find that it had that professional feel to it. So if you're looking to put something together quickly, then I would recommend this program. However, if you feel that your business card is the most important thing for you -- well, I would suggest dishing out a few bucks for something professional.

Reply   |   Comment by Karim Baz  –  15 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#35

GOTD: Guaranteed Opportunity To Debate. I love this daily soap opera event; its comic appeal is a wonderful start to my day. I do check out the offer first and make a quick decision as to its suitability for me. Reading down through the comments provides both entertainment and valuable information. Since I run a hyper-secure desktop environment when trying out new sites and software, with a recent Restore Point standing at the ready, what have I to fear? Nothing. A multitude of GOTD offers are installed on my PC; one of the latest is Returnil, in which I am currently "sandboxed". I will download and verify the install, opt to save to physical HDD, then 7zip to hold for comparative review at a later date. Thanks team GOTD, AppDevs, and commenters.

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#34

The "iBizCard on the Web" entry automatically put onto the start menu goes to the program, not to the Web. The "iBizCard 2.1" entry does nothing at all. Adding text to an item will not edit existing text already in the template. Any ideas? Has anyone found all of those "detailed video tutorials" listed on the opening help screen?

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#33

Man, I get so irritated when people complain. If the software is bad, then we should say so and say why. However, we should always do so with a grateful attitude. This is free software, totally and completely.

So, even though I do not need this software, thanks to GOTD and to the software vendors who continue to make this site possible!

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#32

#24 Phred: I don't mean to turn this into an English class on the global community, but being from Canada, I thought that I might add my comments in this dispute. You write: "When commenting, I, for one, would be grateful if you ‘posters’ would speak English (preferably English, English) not American English." Okay, but you have to realize that the Internet is a global community; a bit of empathy and understanding for those who are not "English" but are trying to communicate with us in OUR language seems in order.
I have never heard the expression "cut-a-down"; perhaps you mean "as cut-down a version".

You are breaking the very rule that you espouse: "Please, also, be able to produce proper sentences with proper (English) grammar. That means, capital letters and full-stops." This last piece IS NOT A SENTENCE.
And "English,English" needs no comma.
Enough said.

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#31

#24 apparently is living in the past and singing "Rule Britannia" from his incredibly shrunken empire. Nothing against the British, but this guy has an incredible chip on his shoulder. Knock it off!

#32 is an example of absolutely useless derogatory opinion without stating any fact to back it up. Wake up, gary, other people don't decide based on your mere say-so, you've got to provide some reason.

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#30

wow, i have used many programs for business cards but this is the worst i have seen!...do not bother

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#29

I agree that this page clearly states Windows 2000 or above, but I don't blame anyone for trying to continue to use Windows 95, 98, ME or SE. Each were good in its day, and it is the commercial community that is pushing the standard away from these perfectly valid platforms.

That said, I will always give preference to a program that is backward compatible, even as all my in-use computers are currently XP (as you get older you just don't like playing the 'let's figure it out' routine all the time.

So, when I see a business card application with a 19.1 meg download, I say to myself--why not let someone else be the guinea pig and do the review.

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#28

GAOTD does offer numerous wonderful programs for many of us to examine; download and play with ... it's up to the individual of whether to keep it on their system or not.

As a professional Custom Business Cards designer from my website, I took a look at this program and was appalled to see how little it does; especially when you have 3 lousy templates to choose from ... therefore, I personally don't have a need for it, due to it being severely limited for those wanting to do their own business cards.

This being said, it's very ironic to uncover a gold mine of websites offering generic business card designs online AND for free ... it's not that I have something against those "free business card design" websites ... but for business owners who actually patronize these sites, it makes me wonder how is it possible to choose a well-fit "generic" business card design to exude a distinguished feel for your business.

The most important rule when creating your business cards is to make sure that your overall visual appeal reflects how you want your target clients to see or remember you by ... so, learning the simple rules and applying them to your next Custom Business Card design, you can ensure that what you provide your target clients from now on are quality and professional cards that reflect the real you.

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