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Subject: organizing business cards? Date: 7/27/2012 4:23 PM
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I have dozens of business cards that I'd like to organize better. They have completely overflowed the card box. There are cards from colleagues, vendors, etc.

I have some of those transparent binder sheets with pockets but the sheer number of cards creates a dilemma for how to organize them: by name, by company, by specialty/product, chronologically, etc. Or I could check out a scanning program. Or something else.

Anybody have a method that you use?

I'll also post this to the Get Organized board.
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