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Thread: Tutorials

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    Tutorials

    I know we have a resource section on GDS but do we have a place to store tutorials that are given for an answer to a specific question? Dona just gave a great tutorial on creating special edges on paper and I would love to have that in a specific section so we could refer to it from time to time. Dona's great tutorial is found here:

    http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com...ad.php?t=17900






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    I normally put those type of tutorials into a notepad or word document and put them in a folder on my computer marked Tutorials!

    Interesting to know if there would be a way to make a section for these type of tutorials though!


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    Gosh Kathy, you are so good!! I was just thinking that I couldn't print another piece of paper and put it in a binder to then store the binder where it only collects dust!!! I have all my classes that I took here, I printed them, and now they sit there untouched. I wish I had saved them the way you recommended!! Thanks for the idea...gonna do that now!!






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    LOL...You are welcome Anna!

    Can you still access your class files here to save them? I saved my classes this way too so I could go back and refresh myself, and believe me, they have come in handy at times!


  5. #5
    Do we have a tutorial on re-coloring an element? A challenge participant is requesting one.

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    Patty - I saw that Dorian asked about re-colouring an element in your challenge thread and I put a couple of links for her - or anyone else for that matter on how to do some re-colouring. There are so many ways to do it, I picked a couple of simple ones.


  7. #7
    Thank you so much Darlene!

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