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  1. Attaching Photos/Documents To Your Post

    Here's a quick tutorial on how to attach a picture or document to your forum post or reply.

    If you're replying to a message, click the More Reply Options button. This will bring you to a new compose window.

    There's a section below your message compose window that says "Attach Files." Click the Choose Files... button.

    A dialog box will pop up where you can select your pictures/documents you want to attach to the post. It will automatically begin uploading your pictures/documents.

    To the right of each picture, you'll see a link that says "Add to Post". This will insert that picture into your post wherever your cursor is located. This is helpful if you're doing How-To or Work-In-Progress posts.

    If you choose not to do this, your pictures will show up below your post that says Attached Thumbnails.

    When you click the Post button, your new message will now include your uploaded pictures/documents.

    Let us know if you're still having trouble and we'll get you squared away. :cool:

    • Jan 31, 2015 12:16 AM
    • by Travis
  2. Clipart & Photos

    Clipart and photographs are often used by pattern designers to create unique patterns for the scroll saw. Be sure to read their Terms Of Use agreement carefully before using any of their images. There may be restrictions that may prohibit you from distributing your patterns. Remember, just because they're free, doesn't mean they don't have a copyright

    Do you have a favorite clipart source? Post it in the comments and we'll update this list.

    Free Clip Art Graphics

    Free Stencil Graphics

    Stencil graphics are clip art that is practically ready to cut. However, they may need a little modification to make them cuttable on the scroll saw. Since these items require very little modification, you may not add those modifications and claim the work your own as derivative work. However, they can be used to make your own cutting and finished projects.Free PhotographsCommercial Clip Art & PhotographsSee Also:

    • Mar 13, 2014 04:17 PM
    • by Travis

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