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 on: Today at 05:43:03 PM 
Started by anneg - Last post by anneg
I beleive that I saw a comment about GFC recently, but am unable to find it.
I have lost mine, where, I have fail to remember but have not had it for quite while, I did have version 9, has anyone got this or is there a later one which is best for Windows 10?

Hopefully home now to stay and feeling like making a few cards again.

Anneg

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 on: May 26, 2017, 10:46:30 AM 
Started by val090 - Last post by megapixie
Just start off with something simple. Don't think about learning it. As you find you can 'do' simple you will want to add other functions in. After all.... if you don't like what you design you just delete it.
Perhaps the first thing you need to use is the 'photo' button. You can bring any image into CA, so start with something familiar. there are also a lot of 'almost made' projects, just alter them a bit. In 'getting started' choose the 'choose a template' option and you are half way to a card.... add or remove what you want and hey presto! print.

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 on: May 26, 2017, 09:31:04 AM 
Started by val090 - Last post by Foxylady
I know you are all absolutely right about the versatility of CA, I just never seem to have the time and inclination to learn to use it at the same time 😂😂😂. You've helped me make my mind up though, I'll hang on to all my CDs for the time being, so thank you for that.

Christine

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 on: May 26, 2017, 09:24:01 AM 
Started by val090 - Last post by megapixie
And , of course, once you get to grips with Craft Artist you will find you can import your images from any other CD or stored on your computer (as long as they are not in some weird file format). That will make keeping the best of your other CDs worth the space they take up.

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 on: May 25, 2017, 06:44:54 PM 
Started by val090 - Last post by Jennie
Christine I agree with Brenda that CA is worth persevering with as it allows you to do so much.  I use that more than anything else these days and still go to Lynn's video tutorials for help - they are brilliant.  I have never had any of the others mentioned here.

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