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  • Ashley_Sumner
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    “Digital” – Computers are your friend… until they’re not. So, ask your digi questions here and we’ll “try” to find someone with the right answer. (Emphasis on “try”)

    Michelle Blum
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    I could use some suggestions programs. I have found doing the planning digitally is so much faster. I have been using Publisher as it is what I know and already had on my computer. I did do a free trial of Photo Shop, but got frustrated and went back to Publisher.

    natalie.strand
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    I have a (very) old version of Photoshop Elements, which is less involved than full Photoshop. I have learned as I go by starting with a free mini-class (long enough ago that it’s no longer available, sorry! 🙁 But here’s another digi scrapper with some tutorials:https://vimeo.com/shannanpages) and by doing searches on YouTube and the whole internet when I want to do a technique but don’t know how.

    Another option for planning pages (but not creating final versions) would be Silhouette Studio. It’s free software, and you don’t have to have a Silhouette machine to use it for designing. I have found it to be fairly intuitive!

    Vicki
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    I use Inkscape to create all my digital cutfiles for my cricut. It’s free and it was fairly easy to learn with all the tutorials on you tube

    Michelle Blum
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    Thanks. I got a Silhouette for Christmas. I will see if it better then Publisher.

    Michelle Blum
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    Thanks

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