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Thread: Instrustions for using thangles

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    community benefactor ShellyQ's Avatar
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    Thanks for your help Patrice, I got 512 MB RAM am only running XP not Vista so should be ok, might upgrade tho cause it's the lower end of the scale, when I get round tuit :lol: like everything else.

    Haven't got Correl Draw but have got Power Point, that's power point in the Microsoft Office Suite? I didn't even know you could draw with that, I thought it was for slide show presentations :lol: , I've never used it, hubby uses it alot for his stuff. Have also got Publisher. I know, I'm slack, I don't make anywhere as good a use of the programs I've got as I could do :lol:

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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    microsoft doesn't market powerpoint as a draw program. it isn't, really. but it has some drawing tools built in so people can jazz up their presentations. basic stuff, but before i had corel, that's what i used to make my block patterns and quilt designs.

    if you scan your fabrics, you can use them to color the shapes, just as you do in EQ.

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