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nanDECK 1.26.1

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An intuitive application that lets you easily design and print a deck of cards

nanDECK is an easy to use application that lets you quickly design and print decks of cards, with the possibility to create custom scripts. The latter option can significantly speed up the deck creation process.

The tool is portable so you can run it from your local hard drive or from portable storage devices with no installation required. nanDECK’s main window offers all the included options in two different panes.

While the layout is basic and designed with functionality in mind, the tool allows you to quickly start a new project or script and check the syntax then validate them. To finish a project, all you need to do is use the Build deck option and if the result is what you wanted, print it using the dedicated button or export it as a PDF file.

The program can also be customized to a certain extent. For example, you can change the validation buttons, the file location and the default extension used for deck files. Also, it lets you activate the batch directive and use in-line comments.

nanDECK Download Information

  • License:
    Freeware
  • Platform:
    Windows
  • Publisher:
  • File size:
    5.00 Mb
  • Updated:
    Aug 17, 2021
  • User Rating:
    4.6 / 5 (5 votes)
  • Editors' Review:
    Not yet reviewed
  • Downloads:
    3,032
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