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    Hi ladies i too have eq7 but have not learned how to use would be very pleased if some sone came up with tut on it for i feel so dumb on getting the know how to use. thanks for all the info you guys show it is helpful. barbara

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    I saw a tutorial online, will see if I can find it again

    here is one of the links and you can also ask her ?

    http://jantsutopia.com.au/freelesson...=article&id=51:electric-quilt-tutorials&catid=35&Itemid=60

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    If you go to http://www.quiltuniversity.com
    Click on Class Catalog then scroll about 1/2 way down the page to Computer Aided Quilt Design
    The last entry is for EQ7 sampler:
    EQ7 Sampler. [January 7] Fran Gonzalez. Learn the fundamentals of EQ7 software. Skill level: Beginner. (4) $36
    I have taken her EQ6 classes, Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced. They are great classes--do the lessons in the privacy of your own home at your own speed.

    I use my EQ6 (now upgraded to EQ7) all of the time. The EQ6 classes will also help you using the EQ7, but I believe there will be an EQ7 full series of classes coming up.

    Hope this info helps you,
    Judy

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    Here is one post on that topic from here on the board : http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-77830-1.htm

    Also it maybe easier to get the help you need if you ask specific questions :lol:

    Have you tried the lessons that come with the book and software ?

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    Use the tutorials that are included with the program, both online and in the book. Also the help function in the program is very good.

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