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to Open Tutorial - 8 Claws and a Paw Embroidery
How To Merge Letters In Embird
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8 Claws and a Paw Embroidery
1. First make sure that you have your hoop size set to the correct size
In this tutorial, we will be using the 4x4 Hoop Size
To do this click on the hoop s ize icon and choose the hoop size you prefer
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2. Once you have chosen your hoop size click on file, then Merge
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you can click CTRL+M
This will bring up a window where you can choose which alphabet you want to use.
Please note you must know where your files are stored on your computer in order to point Embird to the
right folder.
Below you will see an example of the screen that should come up once you click on merge.
For this example I am using the Curlz font with the name of Mary.
In order to merge more than one letter at a time, you can hold down the control key (CTRL) and click on
multiple letters.
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Once you click OK, your screen will look similar to what you see above.
3. All of the letters you choose will initially load on top of each other, and as you can see
on the right the letters will be in alphabetical order.
What I find easiest to do is click on the first letter you would like (In this case the letter M for Mary)
and arrange it to where I want it to be
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Now you need to arrange your letters in the order you would like them to stitch out
4. First we will click on the M in the right hand side of the screen. Holding your left click
button down, move your mouse up to the where the lower case a is. Once you release
the left mouse button, this screen should come up.
Click on “Insert Before Object”
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Continue this process until you get all of the letters in the correct stitch out order.
5. Now click File, Save As, and choose what you want the file name to be and where you
want it to be saved.
You should now have successfully made a word or name.
We hope this tutorial was helpful
Joe and Julie
www.8clawsandapaw.com

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