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I used the print shop program. It was pretty easy. I know there are a few out like this one Printmaster is another one. I was able to make my mailing labels, envelope seals, and other decal with this program.

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I just posted in another spot, but thought I'd ask here too. I can figure out how to do it PowerPoint, however I don't know where to get the clip art like the starfish that's in my monogram! Anyonw know?
You can also get some cool images from different fonts... I went to dafont.com and downloaded wmtrees and tropicanaBV to get some cool palm trees and starfish. Sometimes its easier for me to work with fonts instead of clip art. Let me know if you have any questions on installing fonts.

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You can also get some cool images from different fonts... I went to dafont.com and downloaded wmtrees and tropicanaBV to get some cool palm trees and starfish. Sometimes its easier for me to work with fonts instead of clip art. Let me know if you have any questions on installing fonts.
When you download the font that you want where do you save it to?

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When you download a font, you need to put it in your fonts folder. Typically the download will be in a zip file, so unzip the file, and save the .ttf file to your desktop or someplace.

 

From there, you'll need to move it to your fonts folder (for those of you who use a mac, this won't help). Go to my computer, local disk (usually c:), windows, then Fonts. Just drag it into that folder.

 

Note that windows won't let you take the .ttf file straight from the zip, you have to put it somewhere else first.

 

Good luck!

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When you download a font, you need to put it in your fonts folder. Typically the download will be in a zip file, so unzip the file, and save the .ttf file to your desktop or someplace.

From there, you'll need to move it to your fonts folder (for those of you who use a mac, this won't help). Go to my computer, local disk (usually c:), windows, then Fonts. Just drag it into that folder.

Note that windows won't let you take the .ttf file straight from the zip, you have to put it somewhere else first.

Good luck!
Got it...Thanks

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