Create and Print Greeting Cards for All

By: Kazi Ali

SEATTLE, WA -- Nov 14, 2007 -- Belltech Systems LLC (www.belltechsystems.com), a provider of software solutions, today announced the release of Greeting Card Designer 5.0. Belltech's Greeting Card Designer helps you create greeting cards easily with your own photos, clip arts, love-signs, backgrounds and more and email or print them right away on your printer. Create cards for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, New Year, Valentine's Day, birthdays, anniversaries, wedding or any occasions.
More information can be found at http://www.belltechsystems.com/greeting-card-software/
Greeting Card Designer's key benefits include:
- Start with one of many ready-made cards.
- Use fine design tools to modify color, style and add your own photo.


- Use 100s of supplied verses and images in your card.
- Create quarter-fold or half-fold cards, and print on any standard paper.
- Use an integrated screen capture tool to grab and put any image you see on a webpage.
- Edit your photos in several ways including effects like shadow, torn, faded or sharktooth edges.
Belltech Greeting Card Designer supports BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG, WMF, or TIFF images; offers cut-copy-paste functionality for all the design elements and from other programs. Print your finished card on Letter size paper, or resize your card to fit any paper size including A4, A5, Executive and more. This program comes with many card templates, background images and graphics that you can use in your card. Belltech Greeting Card Designer offers consumer license, as well as commercial license for starting your own greeting card designing business.
System Requirements:
-Windows 98/ME/2000/NT/XP/2003/Vista
-128 MB of RAM and about 30 MB of hard drive space.
A single user consumer license costs just $39.95 US and includes user support and free upgrades. A free evaluation copy of Belltech Greeting Card Designer 5.0 can be downloaded from the Belltech's site at: http://www.belltechsystems.com/software/gcard.exe

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