Training: Compound Paths and Editing Points in Silhouette Studio

Silhouette Studio training for compound paths and editing points is right around the corner. Compound paths are very useful, and I will show you a few good reasons to use them, how to edit them, and more. If you’ve been using Silhouette Studio and want to make changes to designs or simply create your own, then knowing how to edit points is a must. Editing points gives you a lot of freedom. You can use these skills with text (great introductory way to start), shapes, and full multi-layer designs. Learning how to use these two features is what starts your transformation into being a designer.

If you are interested in attending or want to see more details, please go sign up. If you sign up sooner than later, you can take advantage of early bird registration available for a short time.

Compound Paths and Editing Points Training for Silhouette Studio Users

Mark your calendar! This training is May 7th from 4:00 to 6:00. If you’re local or want to make the drive to Birmingham, AL, I look forward to having you. If you’re not local or would prefer this training online, please let me know as I’m working to make that happen. Thank you.

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Note: I am using Silhouette Studio Business Edition. Therefore, small differences may occur when displaying options, details, and some functionality within Silhouette Studio.

Have a great and successful day!


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