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Thread: EQ7

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    I got my copy of EQ7 in the mail today and would you believe me if I told you I don't want it now? I just don't see that I need it right now. I am going to load it ... or attempt to load it ... and take a look but I don't expect to change my mind. I will most likely send it back to the company and get my money back unless someone here wants to buy it from me for what I paid for it which was $152 (includes shiipping and handlding).

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    Why don't you want it ?

    I haven't loaded mine , but I am still excited to have it .

    Maybe give it a day or two before you decide what to do

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    If you open it and install it to look at it, they most likely won't take it back. I know most places won't take back open software.

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    If you open it they will not take it back. You can call their customer service and ask but it is just like video games and DVD's. Once you open it, it is yours.

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    Ditto what everyone says...don't load it or open the package. Return it as is, unopened.

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    I just talked to them and they'll take it back as is and charge me a 10% restocking fee. I also have someone inquire about via PM so maybe i can sell it to someone that wants it.

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    My sister got hers today also. She just called and begged me to come over and try it. I have to be in a certain frame of mind to play on that.

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    I'm waiting on pins and needles for my copy to arrive. But it takes awhile to reach me here in Switzerland :-)

    Sorry to hear you don't want it any more. Are there others who have installed it and tried it? What do you think?

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    I got mine and it is so nice. It's easier to use then of the EQ programs I have had. It installed with no problem. I expect quilt patterns to go up in price and/or no quilt pictures will be allowed to be posted much. With the photo feature it's 123 to trace any block pattern or appliqué design. I can't believe how easy it is. I've been playing with it all day just in photo. I downloaded all the fabric from Connecting Threads in to the library. Just about every fabric line has an EQ download, if it isn't already in the library. And you can take any fabric from a photo and add it to the library. Neat O !!!!

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    Mine should be arriving tomorrow :D:D:D I am so excited to get it LOL

    I am sorry that you aren't happy with it...

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