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ScrappinMamaw Offline
#1 Posted : Monday, October 17, 2011 7:01:25 PM(UTC)

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CCR definately will take me some time to get use to. Not as easy as the software of my other machine or those other programs I flirted with but never bought. That and I am afraid it will mess up my cricut. I hate unreliable updates and get more grey hair everytime I upgrade my G. Am I flirting with disaster to try and cut something or should I stick with my G.

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#2 Posted : Monday, October 17, 2011 8:35:40 PM(UTC)

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You'll never know the answer to that unless you give it a try.

It hasn't messed up my EXPRESSION. There have been a few times I was a little worried because it would freeze up here and there; but, I have always been able to work my way out of my problems in less than a minute in most instances.

Besides, PC's customer service reps are very helpful if you get in a real jam!

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