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#1 Posted : Tuesday, July 23, 2013 1:02:48 AM(UTC)

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Hi there,
I was trying to make a purse cut out I seen someone do using the create a critter cartridge. It's in the accessories of the poodle. But when I cut it out it comes with the slits cut out. The one I seen she didn't have the cut out slits. Any Ideas how to get rid of those slits?
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#2 Posted : Thursday, July 25, 2013 6:03:45 PM(UTC)

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[size=9][size=3][size=6]Hi Cris....Are you using CCR (Cricut Craft Room)? If so, when you get the purse on your mat on the computer screen, you will see a little green tag below it that says "hide contour"Click on this and then on the parts of your graphic that you want to hide. Your Cricut will only cut what is left when you are done. Hope this helps. Fran Laugh
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#3 Posted : Thursday, October 24, 2013 3:55:18 AM(UTC)

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Another tip I found with the CCR if the parts you want to hide are too small. Copy the size of the image (I copy the height) then I use the corner arrows to make the image larger so I can hide the parts I don't want. The I paste the height back in the box, hit return and then the image is the original size.
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