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Thread: PDF files for All the EQ Classes by Rhonda

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    Thank you so much Rhonda!!
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    Thank you so much for these lessons!

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    OMG - thank you sew much for doing this..
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    Thank you thank you thank you!!! This so helps!!!
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    but by the moments that take our breath away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PATTIESPEARL View Post
    Thank you Rhonda! I do not know how you save them as pdf, but I like it!
    Do you mean how to turn it into a PDF or how to download it for your own use?

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    You're all welcome. I love doing it! I always hate to see anyone struggle with something I can help with.

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    Thanks Rhonda you are the best. I'm getting EQ7 in a couple of months so I have just down loaded the tutes to be able to use when I get it. I do have EQ4 but haven't used it in a long time but I do need to update to the 7 version as there is took much that's new.
    It's always sunny here in Fl unless it's raining,LOL

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    Oh thank you, I missed some over the holidays and did not have time to look at them, but now maybe I can take the time and learn this program. Thanks

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    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us. I really appreciate your time.

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    Thank you so much. One of my resolutions for 2012 is to learn to use my EQ7.

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    God Bless You! I had tried to master my EQ6 several times, but always seemed to stall at the the same point. I could never seem to quite grasp the more technical aspects..... I appreciate so very much that you have taken the time to get me over the hump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millstream Mom View Post
    God Bless You! I had tried to master my EQ6 several times, but always seemed to stall at the the same point. I could never seem to quite grasp the more technical aspects..... I appreciate so very much that you have taken the time to get me over the hump!
    Did you get beyond your sticking point then? Sometimes it just takes a new way of looking at things to understand them

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    H i, Rhonda! I've a brand new EQ5 (still in the box) and haven't even started to download it! (I purchased from a friend who had it hidden away somewhere!) So...where do I begin. It all seems so overwhelming to me! Will the lessons you have posted help with this older version? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chigger Holler Quilter View Post
    H i, Rhonda! I've a brand new EQ5 (still in the box) and haven't even started to download it! (I purchased from a friend who had it hidden away somewhere!) So...where do I begin. It all seems so overwhelming to me! Will the lessons you have posted help with this older version? Thanks.
    Connie
    Everything I have done in the lessons so far can be done all 3 versions of EQ. I started out showing everthing on EQ5 as that is the one I use. I do have all 3 but I like my EQ5 the best. So just start with the first lesson and see what you think. If you have any questions just ask me and I will be happy to help or anyone who can help will answer you on this thread.

    I hope you enjoy it!! I love mine! I can play on it for hours and lose track of time easily.

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    Here is the PDF file for Week 11- More Arc Info and Sun Compass

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    Thanks again Rhonda for all your work! I downloaded week 11.

    I do have a question: I designed a simple quilt in EQ5 and used one of the borders from the library. I have no idea how to print the border templates as I'm planning to make that quilt. Do you know how to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Thanks again Rhonda for all your work! I downloaded week 11.

    I do have a question: I designed a simple quilt in EQ5 and used one of the borders from the library. I have no idea how to print the border templates as I'm planning to make that quilt. Do you know how to?
    I'll check it out and get back to you. I am sure there is a way to do it.

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    Thank you so very much for all your hard work and helping us to work through EQ7. I browsed through your PDF's and once settled in will take another stab at trying EQ7.
    Helen T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    Thank you so very much for all your hard work and helping us to work through EQ7. I browsed through your PDF's and once settled in will take another stab at trying EQ7.
    If you ever need any help just let me know. I will be happy to help you figure out anything that you need. If I don't know the answer I will try to figure it out.

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    I don't have EQ but I keep thinking about buying it! I've downloaded your lessons so that I can look them over. Thanks for all of your work on this!!!

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    I have just purchased EQ7 and I am lost! I am not very knowledgeable about the computer so I am going to have a hard time with EQ7!! I appreciate your tutorials. I am going to print all of them and I think they will be a tremendous help. Thank you sooo much!
    Nonnie
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    Quote Originally Posted by nonnie0406 View Post
    I have just purchased EQ7 and I am lost! I am not very knowledgeable about the computer so I am going to have a hard time with EQ7!! I appreciate your tutorials. I am going to print all of them and I think they will be a tremendous help. Thank you sooo much!
    There are many EQ7 users on board so if you hit a snag just shout out and someone will be happy to help. I don't think it will be as hard as you fear. It is pretty straight forward.

    If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask!! If I don't know I will look it up and if that doesn't work there is always calling the company and asking for advice. They are pretty nice people to work with.

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    Thank-you Rhonda! I have only completed the first 2 lessons, but know I will be referencing this for a long time. I learned so much from these lessons. Again thank-you for placing them in a single location. On my way back to lesson 3.

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    How can we ever thank you for doing so much for all of us!
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