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  1. In this Affinity Publisher Tutorial, We going to show you, How to design a Business Card in Affinity Publisher and what is the size of a Business card in MM units of measure. There is no standard for the business card dimensions. Sharing dimensions with other cards makes storage easier, for example, banking cards (85.60 × 53.98 mm) and business cards in Western Europe (85 × 55 mm) have almost the same size. In the design of 85x55mm size, If your image doesn’t bleed then your job just got a little easier. If you are using bleeds, then make sure your design area is set up with a 4 mm margin outside the printable area. so that our text or design in printing not be cut off. I hope you like it.
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