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How to use the bonus images?
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  • Robin started the conversation

    Hi Marc, I just purchased the Social Media today from you. I received the bonus images as well. Do I import these images into Creator7? Or are these just images that I can use when needed and I import one at a time? Just wasn't sure if this was something that I can install on Creator7. 

    Thanks. 

  •  38
    Marc replied

    Hi Robin!

    Nice to hear from you.
    Forgive my delay in getting to you on this one

    Yes, the bonus Social media graphics are meant to be 'stand alone' - you can import them into the software by using the 'FILE > Import' menu.

    if you'd like to use them with The Creator as a 'graphics pack' - let me know, I'll send you the info to get this going.

    Marc

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  • Robin replied

    Hi Marc....

    Thanks so much for getting back to me. Yes, I would like to be able to create a graphics pack. So, if you can let me know how, I would appreciate. 

    Thanks. 

    Robin

  •  38
    Marc replied

    Hi Robin.

    Okay, here's the scoop:

    All of your graphics and templates are found in Documents folder (inside "Laughingbird Documents") on your computer.

    Step one: Collect all of the ".png" files from the social media bonus folder and make sure you put them into one folder. This folder should ONLY have .png images inside of it. 

    Step two: name this folder ('social media bonus graphics' if you want. You can name it anything you'd like)

    Step three: move this folder full of PNG images into your:

    Documents > Laughingbird Documents > Logo Libraries

    folder on your computer

    Then the next time you run the software, you'll see you new bonus folder above the canvas (where the other graphical elements are) and you can then drag and drop them onto the canvas

    Let me know if this makes sense -

    I'll be here ! bigsmile.png

    Marc

    - Marc Sylvester
    Laughingbird Software
    https://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com


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