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Turning pages in greeting cards - 8/25/2017 12:08:17 PM   
Thelrose

 

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Hi,
I just purchased The Print Shop 4.0. I have used Print Shop up thru V.23 for years and the look of this is very nice but very different. I started to make a greeting card that is quarter page fold. I have the picture on the front but don't know how to get to where I put the message. It use to have front, inside and back and I see nowhere to turn the page. Completely baffled.
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RE: Turning pages in greeting cards - 8/25/2017 12:26:48 PM   
TMLFAN4LIFE


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At the bottom of your program, there should be a tray that shows the project you are working with. Simply click these pages to move to different items. If you don't see this, you may have accidentally turned of the system tray.

Just click the "View" tab and check the box that says show system tray.

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RE: Turning pages in greeting cards - 8/26/2017 9:57:43 PM   
Thelrose

 

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Thanks very much. I finally found it.

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