Recorded Webinars: Getting Organized

 

These video tutorials will help you get up and running with the software.

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LESSON DESCRIPTION
Click here to view the File Transfer Utility. The File Transfer Utility will allow you to transfer files and folders from your computer to the server (the cloud), and also from the server to your computer. (This is also covered in the Getting Started Guide.) This lesson will show you how to use the the File Transfer Utility. For more information and to view an example, please view the “Getting Organized” lesson further below — part 1 – Organizing Files (online).

 

Click on a title below on the left, to view one of the Getting Organized lessons. Please be patient while the video downloads to your computer.

Click here to view Getting Organized - part 1-1.

Click here to view Getting Organized - part 1-2.Click here to view Getting Organized online - part 1.

Tips on organizing files on your computer – applicable to both the installed and online versions of DreamDraper. As an online user, you will be able to save your files on either the server or your computer.  

 

This lesson is specific to online users and will show you how to organize your files on the server, using the File Transfer Utility.

Click here to view Getting Organized - part 2-1.

Click here to view Getting Organized - part 2-2.

Click here to view Getting Organized online - part 2.

Tips on how to navigate through your computer to save or retrieve files.

 

This lesson is specific to online users and will show you how to navigate through the server to save or retrieve files that are located on the server.

Click here to view Getting Organized - part 3.

Click here to view Getting Organized online - part 3.

Tips on how to navigate through your computer when you use the File-Export command to create high quality JPG images of your design that you can email to a client.

This lesson is specific to online users and will show you how to navigate through your computer to create a high quality JPG image that you can email to your client.

Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-1. Right-click. Tips on how to save images, such as fabric swatches or furniture and accessories, from websites using the right-click method. Images are saved as jpg images.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-2. Snipping Tool. Tips on how to save images from websites using the Snipping Tool on a PC, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-3-1. Paint part 1. Tips on saving images from websites using the Paint program on a PC, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-3-2. Paint part 2. Tips on saving images from websites using the Paint program on a PC, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-4-1. Paint part 1 (older PCs). Tips on saving images from websites using the Paint program on an older PC, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-4-2. Paint part 2 (older PCs). Tips on saving images from websites using the Paint program on an older PC, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-5. Photoshop. Tips on how to save images from websites using Photoshop, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-6. Corel. Tips on how to save images from websites using PaintShop Photo Pro, when the right-click method is not available.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 4-7. Mac. Tips on how to save images from websites on a Mac computer using (a) right-click method, (b) Command+Shift+3; (c) scroll button on the mouse; (d) Grab program.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 5-1. Tips on how to crop images (such as furniture) out of a screenshot within the DreamDraper program using the photo crop feature and the TKO.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 5-2. Tips on how to crop images (such as furniture) out of a screenshot within the DreamDraper program using just the photo crop feature.
Click here to view Getting Organized - part 5-3. Tips on how to crop fabric images out of a screenshot within the DreamDraper program and import into the Custom Swatch Library.

Total recording time is approximately 115 minutes.

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