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Lauren's Mom Offline
#1 Posted : Sunday, January 08, 2012 10:29:46 AM(UTC)
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I'm trying to set up and cut a project landscape as opposed to portrait. Does anyone know how to do this?
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#2 Posted : Sunday, January 08, 2012 6:23:28 PM(UTC)
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Here's what I would do:

Go to each MAT LAYER (if you have more than one--or, at least go to the MAT you want to cut in Landscape). Merely, go to the uppermost left hand corner of all your CUTS on that layer and left click. While holding down the left click, drag your cursor/mouse all the way to the opposite lower right corner of all your images.

Once you unclick, you'll see handles around all of your images. SEE the left lower corner and the arrow that almost completes a circle within the CIRCLE on that corner of the handles? Left click in that circle and move your project 180deg. on the sheet.

Is that what you want to do? You can also do this on your individual images/fonts on your mat, so that you can lay them side-by-side better to save paper. Turn them, then click off that command (anywhere on the blank part of your screen). Click on each image/font individually to get the handles; go to the left uppermost CIRCLE on the HANDLES and you'll be able to move your images/fonts where you want to place them on the mat. Of course, if you're using different papers on the images/fonts, you'll have to do your best guessing (this is not hard to do) where to place all those papers on your mat you're going to cut your images/fonts on. Sometimes, you want three BLUE cuts, so you would place all of those together somewhere on the mat on the screen that gives you a clear definition where to place the BLUE papers on your mat you're going to place in your CRICUT. Then, find another spot on your mat to place your PATTERNED papers on two other images you want to use the same paper on, etc.!

HTH!!

Char
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