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    Super Member Ripped on Scotch's Avatar
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    I finally installed my EQ 6 yesterday since I had just got the EQ7 package in the mail. I have installed it and all ready to go! I just wanted to share my excitment with everyone.

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    You will love it! I still haven't used it to even half of its capacity, but what I have done, I have loved.

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    Yes - you will love it. I had never used any of the EQ series and got EQ7 for my birthday. Now I debate whether I want to sew or play in EQ7!!

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    Congratulations! I hope to get that eventually.

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    I went from EQ5 to 7. It is different. Lots more features in EQ7. If you buy quilt patterns, magazines, or books, EQ will save you money. There are over 5000 copyright free blocks to use anyway you want to and you can redesign them. Be sure and try the symmetry too. It's fun!

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    I am so happy and excited for you! You will enjoy all that this program has to offer :D:D:D

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    I have eq7 and haven't had the nerve to install it yet! LOL! For some reason I am afraid to!
    Congrats on getting yours installed! Show us what comes of it!!

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    I haven't tried this yet. I hope you enjoy it. Good luck.

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    make sure to go to the eq site and download the monthly libraries of fabric collections - then you can use the up-to-date fabrics in your designs....
    http://www.electricquilt.com/Users/D...ds/palette.asp

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    Congrats! I have been using EQ for a long time, and EQ7 is the best yet! Go through all the tutorials in the user manual, they really help you get aquainted with the program.

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