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michaelcahill
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A "How To" club

   Thread Started January 29 at 7:50AM

I don't know why I'm club crazy today ... oh well.

Someone should start a club where everyone can learn how to use the editors here to full advantage.

ALSO, instructions could be given on how to download videos, how to embed artwork into your pieces, how to do overlays (type text right onto your artwork) ... well, I'm sure there are plenty of tricks we'd all like to learn, yes?


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RE: A "How To" club
Reply on January 29, 2018 03:19 PM

Hi, Michael;
I think this would be great. I had asked about something like this about a year ago, but it didn't seem to go anywhere.

I would love to see lessons on using video clips and embedding music into our posts.

~patty~


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RE: A "How To" club
Reply on January 29, 2018 05:38 PM
I love the idea of a learning club, too, Mikey! I think I'm a bit thick when it comes to putting pictures in the middle of a text or poem, because I have been told a few times how to do it, but it just slips through the big holes in the sponge that supposed to be my brain!

Sandra x


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RE: A "How To" club
Reply on March 11, 2018 04:15 PM
Hi,
I totally agree with the one who posted above me.
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