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Finally - An App to Print Index Cards

We hear you! How can something so simple seem so hard?  Printing Index Cards from Word is - well - a nightmare as you know.  Luckily you have found the right solution and are in the right place!   NoteDex makes it easy to create and print index cards- on any paper you have - Index Card stock, US letter, A4 or Avery 5388 card stock.

By now you know you can create beautiful index card style notecards with NoteDex - with text, ink and images both on the front and the back.  But how do you print index cards? Easy!  In our Stack or Card menu we allow you to 'Save to PDF' and then you can print your PDF.   

But wait, there's more!

We give you a range of print format options so you can print index cards on whatever paper you have - making it truly possible to print unlimited index cards from NoteDex.

What do we mean by this? Here are the options you get - there are a lot but if you have ever tried to print index cards you'll appreciate the options since each user often has a specific format or printer to work with:

print index cards

You can see we offer a range of print options for how the cards should look on the page, whether you want us to print the front, back or both sides, and even which groups or categories of cards you want to print - so you don't have to print your whole stack!

print index cards

You can see the range of print options - you can have the front of each card printed on separate pages, or both sides on the same page.  You can have one side on each side but in landscape (better if printing to landscape format real index cards if your printer can support that).


You can print to Avery 5388 format (pre-perforated printer note cards stock - and we'll handle printing on both sides!), and Avery format with a border if you don't have Avery card stock but want guide lines to cut your cards from regular paper! 


How to print on small cards? 

We have 2x2 and 3x3 formats which are nice to see 4 or 9 small cards on a single page, as well as the new 4x2 option. 


Phew!   Tell us if we're missing any print options to help you print out notecards;-)

Here's an example of printing front of cards in Avery 5388 format with border:

printed index card avery 5388

Interested in printing your own handwritten cards?  Check out our article about making Handwritten Cards with NoteDex.

Unlock the Potential of Print Index Cards


Imagine having a versatile and tangible tool that adapts to your learning, organizing, and presenting needs—a tool as simple yet powerful as the print index card. These compact, easy-to-handle cards serve as critical aides in a plethora of scenarios, from students summarizing key study points to professionals highlighting vital speech cues. Beyond their traditional uses, the customization options available today transform print index cards into unique personal tools, tailored to your exact specifications. Whether you're color-coding for quick topic reference or printing high-quality images for a visual aid, print index cards provide a level of efficiency and personalization that can elevate your informational command.


Print index cards offer an array of creative and practical uses to fit your every need. Whether for academic, professional, or personal purposes, their versatility is unparalleled. Let us delve into some common usage scenarios that could greatly benefit from the convenience and customizability of index cards.

Study Aids for Students

Students of all ages can harness the power of print index cards to enhance their study habits. By using them as flashcards, students can:

  • Write questions on one side and answers on the other to test their knowledge.

  • Create a visual cue by associating different subjects with unique colors or designs.

  • Organize information in a way that promotes active recall and spaced repetition.


Creative Uses in Professional Presentations

In a professional setting, print index cards can act as an efficient tool to drive your key points home during a presentation. Professionals can:

  • Outline talking points for speeches to stay on track.

  • Provide a set of cards to attendees as a takeaway summary.

  • Use them as a tool for interactive workshops and brainstorming sessions.


Recipe Cards in the Kitchen

Chefs and home cooks alike will appreciate print index cards as a means to organize and preserve their favorite recipes. They're perfect for:

  • Writing down recipes in a clear, concise format that's easy to follow while cooking.

  • Creating a personalized recipe box, which can be a treasured family heirloom.

  • Sharing favorite dishes with friends, offering a tangible and personal touch.

The potential uses for print index cards go beyond these scenarios, offering a simplicity and efficiency that meets a variety of needs. Embrace the versatility of index cards and see how they can aid in your projects and daily tasks.

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