|Posted: 12/23/2013 6:23:47 PM|Hi- I am a brand new Cameo user. I bought a cut file that has multiple leaf images. Is there any way I can separate them and cut just one of the images? I don't have/use Photoshop or other advanced software. Thanks in advance and Merry Christmas!
Loc: Central California
|Posted: 12/23/2013 6:33:27 PM|
Select the entire image and then right click and choose "ungroup". You can then eliminate the parts of the image that you don't want.
|Posted: 12/24/2013 8:50:59 AM|
thanks for your help- I have so much to learn...
Loc: Huntington Beach CA
|Posted: 12/24/2013 1:24:14 PM|
I recommend Kerri Bradshaw's classes online. SERIOUSLY, amazing.
Loc: Northern Virginia
|Posted: 12/25/2013 5:06:06 PM|
Yep. Save yourself the headache of filtering through random YouTube videos of phones ringing, dogs barking, and updates on how the kids are doing. The Kerri Bradford classes are well organized, well thought out and concise. Each class is broken up into about 8 sessions and mini lessons within the sessions. I don't think there is one over 10 minutes, so you don't need to block off hours to watch a video. It also makes it easy to go back and research a specific lesson. Plus, you get her great cut files!
Loc: Clarksburg, Maryland
|Posted: 12/25/2013 7:38:55 PM|
Great question! I'm a newbie too and had been using the erase feature to do this same thing! LOL Glad to know there is an easier & faster way to do it. TFS!
|Posted: 12/25/2013 7:54:10 PM|
Another Kerri Bradford fan here---her classes are awesome. I would highly recommend them to any new Silhouette owner!!!
|Posted: 12/26/2013 11:33:28 AM|Thank you for the suggestions, using the ungroup has worked. I just signed up for the first 2 Kerri Bradford classes (and want them all!) For all other newbies, she has 20% off through December using code HOLIDAY @ kerribradford.com