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  1. 2 points
    What Katie said is the easiest way. Business Card templates are just like any other template from Laughingbird. Just 'import' whatever image you want to use. They are just sized different to account for printing. Below is an image of my business card, front and back. I had these printed at VistaPrint and got 250 cards for $10. Free shipping. Prices vary and they do run sales. Check for any current specials. On my card you'll note, I did print front and back. Just to show off a couple of images but note the QR square. If you scan that with a reader ( that is on most phones ) it takes you direct to my web store. They are free to create and you can choose where to send someone. Website, blog, wherever. https://www.the-qrcode-generator.com Let us know if you have any more questions.
  2. 1 point
    It happens to be a 2 part download.You should be able just add the update. There is the program and the free template parts. https://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com/updates/
  3. 1 point
    Is there a place where product enhancement requests can be made? I searched and didn't find anything, so apologies if the is the wrong area. Is there a way to lock down sections? For example, you place 3 objects for a background. Now we now want to place test on top of the background and be able to 'lock' the background so it says where it needs to be. I know one could export the background and then import back in... but that is a lot of steps. thanks for reading :>) Mike
  4. 1 point
    You could also use any screen grabber programs you have. Or "Print Screen" as an option.
  5. 1 point
    I like to do a project and export the image...then rework and export that image ...then I compare them. An image file can't be changed but once saved as a template you can always edit it. The beauty there is the image can then used as part of the permanent template.
  6. 1 point
    You can export the logo file as a transparent .png and place it on a new business card canvas.(1260X735) You could also just size a canvas to business card size and import and resize the exported file or the TC template file file . When finish just export for printing.
  7. 1 point
    Okay, in a nutshell. The OLD eCover product had 50 eCover templates and 64 3D mockups The NEW eCover product has 75 eCover templates and 85 3D mockups. PLUS with the NEW eCover product, you have the ability to adjust the size of the drop area. You have the ability to create a drop area from scratch and match it to any mockup you have! This is huge! Both products have the same elements.
  8. 1 point
    If you look under the "SUPPORT" button you will see the latest download location. See screenshot. https://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com/updates/
  9. 1 point
    What Katie said. The 'software', The Creator 7, is a FREE update and as far as I know, always will be. Templates and element sets are sold as individual sets and are added to the 'software' after installation. Although, keep your eyes open, Marc has been known to give away free graphics from time to time! You may have to answer a survey, or simply be on line at the right time, but it has happened! Several options here. If you want to stick to the desktop only version, there is a monthly club ( subscription) you can join that will save you money on the purchase of additional template sets. Or you can join the Web Graphics Creator, on line only version, and have instant access to everything. That is a monthly subscription too. Or you can continue to simply buy the graphics packs that you want. As Katie mentioned, the NEW eCover Authoring Package is well worth the investment. Not only are there more templates, they are better templates and you will then have the ability to add your own 'mock ups' to TC7 and 'map out' a drop zone on them thereby creating your own eCover template. It's really pretty cool! Let us know if you need more information. Oh, one more quick note. The only 'Staff' at Laughingbird is Marc, Lisa and Dave. Everyone else, including the mods and admins here on the forum are simply users of the software same as you. We help out when we can, but really, Marc and Lisa have the final say.

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