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Here's a challenge: can I make a business card in 90 seconds? Learn a thing or two about to work with the free templates at Office.com.
Now, I don't know if you would want to make business card in 90 seconds, but I'm thinking if I can do it this quickly, and you take, I don't know, 10 minutes and create your own card, you still have saved time and money. True, I picked a pretty simple card, there are more colorful and rich cards. --Doug Thomas
I absolutely LOVE this for the entertainment and the education! Nice job.
Doug, another stellar video. Love split screen stuff and the cameos. One thing that bugged me a little was that the Microsoft embossing obscures the stop watch. Sure you're aware of that, but thought I'd mention it in case you didn't.
Dude, that was way longer than 90 seconds :-)
Informative and entertaining too. Great job!!!
I loved it, I learned something that is useful and inexpensive. Very direct and to the point!
I will be so delighted if i can make a business card in 90 seconds,am so happy am given this opportunity to learn from u. u people are doing fine fine keep it up.thanks.
Nice Doug - just what I needed to do this weekend.
Mine will for sure take much longer. Hope to see things like this for the new Office 2010.
I love it, mate, good job! Very informative and entertaining! Keep it up, couldn't wait for your next episode!
that was great, thanks for the info, i also really enjoyed the juggling act!
Very good video instruction and entertaining as well. Loved the juggler! Will investigate other videos so I can learn to alter the icon. Thanks. Keep up the good work over at Microsoft.
what a great way to learn. Will check out the other videos. And I agree the video was educational & entertaining. Keep it up, make a few more on other topics. Cisco loves everyone posting video's. I will go make a few personal business cards now.
very good and quick :), learning some new things in just few minutes...
Hey this was way too funny, informative and interesting. Great job, now I know it can be done. keep them coming :)Thanks
Whao,this is great,intresting,and educating.INDEED,it's great.
Very interesting. Doug, I am glad that I am not the only one who knows about business card sheets. Believe it or not, I designed my own business cards by myself with Publisher 2002. Although the work took more than 10 minutes to do, it was fun. The beauty of the work is that I did it by myself without any consultation or help from someone else. I print my own business cards on a Canon color laser printer. Also, I made my own brochure and flyer advertising my typewriting business. Using Microsoft Word to make business cards is nice for all-text cards without a single graphic. Microsoft Publisher is perfect for adding graphics, including borders and horizontal rulers. Using a computer and printer to make business cards and brochures saves lots of money and time.