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April 27th, 2012 05:57 AM
Nick Horvath
Re: Grouping several cuts into one....

It also helps allot to set up your working area:

1) Right click on your screen away from your design.
2) Left click Working Area.
3) Click Read From Connected Device.
4) Change Width to 40.
5) Click OK.
6) Please note that the left side of your screen represents the front of your cutter. (In other words the top
left corner is the left side of your machine as you are facing it, and the bottom right corner is the right side
of your machine as you are facing it).
7) Position your graphic/word appropriately.
April 26th, 2012 07:07 PM
Re: Grouping several cuts into one....

You can drop as many different designs as you like and that fit on the vinyl.

After all a line of text is just a group of different objects spaced apart and placed in a line. The cutter doesn't care.
April 25th, 2012 03:03 PM
Re: Grouping several cuts into one....

I use Great Cuts and I want to cut several different designs at one time any suggestions before I dive in??? I am putting several different wall art designs in a local store and I want to try and cut as many as possible in one cut. Is that the right choice or should I do them indivdually? New and not sure what the best option is for me. So any help or advice would be grateful!

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