When it comes to printing something, whats the first thing that comes into your mind? I bet that would be «Word» or «Excel» or some other office application. Well, have you tried printing event tickets in any of these applications? Not to mention that such prints look primitive, there is just no way to put anything useful on them. How would you have Word automatically place a unique row and seat number or individual barcode to protect them against possible fraud?
Now, what, do you have to go to a printing company once again and pay them a double or triple price for the same thing just with a couple of digits and a barcode? You might have to do so long ago. But not now better get yourself a copy of TicketCreator and print professional-level tickets right on your PC!
Unlike a regular text processor, TicketCreator will create attractive, professional-looking tickets with row and seat numbers, with serial numbers or unnumbered tickets even for complex venues in any format, on your regular printer. You can print tickets with any layout or ticket format. Sample layouts can be downloaded freely from the developers website.
To protect you against possible ticket fraud, use TicketCreator to place an encoded barcode on each ticket and then check tickets at the entrance with a simple barcode scanner and free Barcode Checker software. This way, you can ensure that each ticket will be used only once. Further softwares features include the management of reservations and season tickets, diverse reports and a detailed balance. Just a few mouse clicks will help you get rid of lots of paperwork you used to do for managing events.
So, why pay every time for just printing tickets? Do it better, do it cheaper, do it «at home», and let those printing companies run other ways for their money.
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