Hallmark Card Studio 2003
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Create your own one-of-a-kind Hallmark cards for cherished friends and family with Hallmark Card Studio 2003. Choose from a huge variety of Hallmark cards for any occasion and simply select, customize, and print. You can also send your card via e-mail with your own voice recording or prerecorded message. The Event Planner keeps track of all the important people in your life, notifies you of important dates, and easily creates mailing lists. With Hallmark Card Studio 2003, it's easy, fast, and fun to create personalized Hallmark cards.
Top Customer Reviews
I was elated to have found a user friendly card program with so many options to personalize for just about any card giving need.
I was so impressed with the program, that as quickly as Card Studio 2003 hit the shelves, I purchased it. I loaded it onto my computer and sat back to be amazed at all the new "stuff" that I believed would have been added. I was so disappointed. For starters, the entire format has been changed. There were fewer cards to pick from and apparently, users of this program have no reason to send a get well card, because that entire catagory doesn't even exist on this program! Basically, this program is a smaller "updated" version of Card Studio Deluxe 2, because there were fewer cards and many repeats from my previous version. My advice...if you have an earlier version of Hallmark Card Studio. Keep it. Do not think UPGRADE. You'll be disappointed, as well.
Graphics are nice, and you get a reasonable selection, but once you narrow your search down, it isn't that impressive of a selection anymore, and really didn't add that many more cards from the last version. You will eventually run into problems printing particular cards for which Sierra has posted fixes. However...
After some update (need to keep Windows updated after all), I can no longer print any cards. Sierra takes forever to fix their bugs or to help you out. Might be tempted to blame the Windows update...but if that were true, all my programs would be broken, not just this one. Truth be told, Sierra doesn't do a particularly good job of programming or support...