American Greetings CreataCard

American Greetings CreataCard

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American Greetings CreataCard is used by 110 users of Software Informer. The most popular versions of this product among our users are: 3.0, 5.0 and 5.5. The names of program executable files are AGCCard.exe, AGRemind.exe and MSRun32.exe. Works with php, fax, hcr, lbl, let, not, pcr, sig, tsh, cer, web, sti, ban, biz, bro, cal, car and cft file types. The product will soon be reviewed by our informers.

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Ginger Harper

Ginger Harper I have been using Creatacard gold also for a very long time. I can not get it to work on Windows 10. Does anyone have a solution?????

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Alan

Alan I've been using CreataCard for many years, but the program will not work with my 64-bit computer.

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Sharon

Sharon What CreataCard program will work with Windows 10?

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