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    Looking for a Card Collection Program

    Looking for a card collecting program (Not Beckett Collections) where I can list my cards and keep track of them by player set whatever. Anyone know of a good one. THanks for your help.

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    Card Collecting software

    I have used this in the past. It is pretty good. I think I still like better.

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    SCF Member:Sheesh, used one to tackle a HUGE collection, he seems to be really organized!! Maybe shoot him a PM.
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    To me the best option is making your own on Microsoft Excel or a database program. That way you can have custom sorting categories and put whatever you want on there. It's a lengthy process to enter all your cards into but once it's done it makes it much easier to keep track of all your cards.

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    Thx,everyone. Made me one on Microsoft Access but Im Lazy LOL and think Im going to do the beckett or the other program.

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    Excel is the way to go .. I'm in the process of entering all my stuff now ... takes awhile, but it will be worth it for the searching or sorting capabilities.

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