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marieluisemueller says:
Need help with "Digital Scrapbook Artist"
After my first experience with scrapbook flair i've buyed the DSA from Serif...

If everyone now this program or work with it please help me.
Don't know how to use my big collection of downloaded Kits, Papers, Embellish. in DSA.. Thanks for your help!

Marie Luise
Nov 15, 2009
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MaggieM says:
Hi Marie Luise,

I will try to help you. I have the software, and I've downloaded the free kits. What you need to do is unzip them, into folders. I usually keep a special folder in Documents for my downloaded Scrap Materials. Then you browse for the parts you want. Example. Start with a Blank page. Then browse to the kit you wish to use or your backgrounds and insert it, and build from their. If you have more problems let me know. Have you downloaded the free kits that are available from the Daisy Trail website?
Hope this helps. Maggie
Nov 15, 2009
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Ashkenazi Lynne says:
Hi
l use this package as well and l go to Insert, photo's and then the place where you keep your kits and click what you want to use...It then will appear on the blank page of DSA.
Go to the site Daisytrail as this is a site like SBF but is for members who use DSA...You can find out all sorts of things to do with DSA there...Wonderful site.
Nov 15, 2009
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marieluisemueller says:
Thank you for your answers!
Maggie: No, I haven't downloaded the free kits from Daisy Trail... And my other kits are unzipped... so that's probably not the proplem.. I think it was a mistake in my expressions, I wanted to know with which button I can insert the papers, Embellish. .. So Lynneyboo: Is it right, that you insert all your Kit-Elements with the "insert photo" button.I've tested this, and it worked with Embellishments, but not with the background, the background doesn't fit right...
Nov 16, 2009
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gingersnaps says:
Marie ... if your downloaded kits are not from DSA you would go to create digikit creator tab then on the bottom right there is a tab that says import ... this will let you browse folders of your unzipped kits and import them ... you can import them all as embellishment and then move to the proper type ie backgrounds by selecting them and moving to the folders icon on the left of the page. In the case of backgrounds it will ask if you want it to be available in 12 x 12 format. I have had DSA for over 3 months and I am still figuring this out. It works great once you understand it, but the instructions were not that easy for me to follow. Hope this helps and I didn't confuse you. There are instructions on the top right when you open up the DigiCreator page.
Nov 17, 2009
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gingersnaps says:
Two more things ... the DigiKit Creator is part of a free upgrade that you can get at daisytrail.com. my softward didn't come with it and I had to upgrade it. Also there are video tutorials available at daisytrail.com and youtube that have helped me a great deal. I ususally learn by trying something and then after awhile or when I am totally frustrated check the manual or look for a video.
Nov 17, 2009
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marieluisemueller says:
Gingersnaps, thank you for your detailed answer! It just work now!!! Having the next problem/ question... Can I show those pages also in SF? And how can I do this? Thanks!
Nov 17, 2009
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Ashkenazi Lynne says:
you need to export your pages either as a jpg or png. You go to File, export and then pick png or jpg and save in a document file to then upload to SBF..
Nov 17, 2009
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gingersnaps says:
Marie your welcome and I am glad Lynneyboo answered your next question ... have fun it is a great program!
Nov 17, 2009
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marieluisemueller says:
Thanks, so much!!
Nov 18, 2009
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