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#1 Posted : Wednesday, May 04, 2011 7:50:43 AM(UTC)

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I love that we can size each image individually if we want to. But, do we HAVE to?
I can't find where I can set a size, such as one inch & when I add things to the mat, they will all be one inch tall.

For example, I need to make a title for my Disney album I'm working on...You've got a friend in me...
How can I have all the letters be one inch without sizing them individually? (because that is a real pain!)

Thank you for your help!

I got my machine yesterday & I've played with it, but I haven't updated it yet. I wanted to get right in to cutting.
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, May 04, 2011 7:53:38 AM(UTC)

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Put in the 1st letter. Change the size to 1" either real dial size or reletive size. then when you add the rest of the letters they will all be the correct size. If you want them all to be EXACTLY 1" then use the real dial size (the button that has the Aa the same size.)
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