Is a Picture Really Worth 1000 Words?
This has been a very busy week for me -- a webinar on the new changes to Electric Quilt 8, open enrollment for Tech Know Quilters, pre-sales of my new book -- EQ8 Drawing Blocks. Plus all the normal stuff associated with serving my existing customers. It has all been good -- but a little bit exhausting.
Thank you so much for your support. I love serving the Electric Quilt community.
I am super excited to welcome a new group to Tech Know Quilters and am looking forward to helping them master EQ8.
Taking a Snapshot of Your Computer Screen
In responding to questions on social media and through email from my customers, I was reflecting on the idiom "a picture is worth 1000 words" and was recognizing that that can definitely be the case when trying to respond to EQ questions.
So for this weeks blog post, I thought I would share how to take an picture of part of your computer screen, save it and then share it on social media.
So next time you have a question, go ahead and post a picture -- and count how many words you saved. :)
Success with Electric Quilt 8
Linda took Shoot for the Stars in January and is already using EQ8 to design a quilt for a silent auction.
Way to go Linda!!!!
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3/30/2019 08:31:38 am
So glad for your newsletters!
3/30/2019 09:43:13 pm
Thank you for the "Taking Screen Shots" presentation on using the Snipping Tool! I've been using it for ages, but I wasn't aware of all the features it has! (It's so easy to ignore icons on screens!) I learned a lot from your video and will be using what you taught me.
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