The publisher imposes such strict demo limitations on this baseball card collection organizer that you might think it offers some revolutionary features that must be closely guarded. The truth is that Baseball Card Collector Professional offers only the most standard database options, and not all of them worked particularly well.
Its interface is neatly organized and requires no explanation for how to use it, although it's not very visually appealing. You can enter basic details in the eight fields, including player, position, and cost, and indicate whether you want to trade, keep, or sell the card. Baseball Card Collector Professional has the ability to add images to records, but this rather ordinary feature isn't available in the trial version. It also limits you to 10 records. Despite the low number of records, we ran into problems with the sort and search tools, the most basic of features. You can export records in HTM and XLS formats only.
Baseball Card Collector Professional is easy to use, we'll give it that, but its ordinary set of features and spotty performance overshadow its one positive.
If you collect Baseball Cards, this program is for you to keep those cards organized. This program lets you record detailed information about each of your Baseball Cards, such as Player, Brand, Position, Team, Date Issued, Condition, Cost, Value, Source Aquired From. Plus you can import a scanned pic or photo image of each card.
What's new in this version:
This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.