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Thread: Tip of the Week Gallery
10-20-2010, 01:41 PM #11
09-27-2011, 04:02 PM #12
Question: do i need to print or save these tips? I have been printing them and trying to organzie them in a notebook. Consider the option of maybe just saving them on my computer. Perhaps this is something that Linda will cover in the Get Organized Now class in the coming weeks! (she said not to post about scrapbooking yet in the class forums so I thought maybe I could ask this question here)
09-27-2011, 04:14 PM #13
I like to have hard copy of tips and tuts, so I print them (using "fast" or low quality so as to save on ink, but still, in color). I'm way beyond a notebook. I have one whole drawer in my deep filing cabinet for them. I simply have A-Z file dividers, and try to imagine what I would look under when I file them. For instance, the "Tucked In" tutorial might get lost if I filed it under "T," but I'd more likely find it if I filed it under "C" for "corner." Sometimes I'll put a "tickler" sheet in one place (a blank piece of paper with "Tucked In" in the "T" section) with a note telling me to look in "corner." Within each section, I file them in alphabetical order.
Yes. I AM the Queen of Organization. Why is it I still can't find a tut when I need it so often??? hmmmm?---Shar
Canon Rebel xsi
Wacom Bamboo Tablet
Windows 7 on a PC
09-27-2011, 05:20 PM #14
If you'd like to save the Tips of the Week, do save the PDFs to your
computer. You can also print them out and file them as Shar described.
Or, you might want to just start a document on your computer and just save the URL of each week's tip. And it might be a good idea to save both the Elements and Photoshop versions, just in case you upgrade at some point.
We do keep a good number of archived tips available at all times on the website as well. You'll find the link to those in the left navigation bar on the ScrappersGuide.com home page.
09-27-2011, 08:02 PM #15
Tip of the Week
Thanks so much for the great ideas. Would the URL be active indefinetly? I barely know enough about this to even know what I am looking for when I need it, but that is changing.
09-27-2011, 10:31 PM #16
Indefinitely? Pretty much... as long as they're available on the site. You might want to try a combination of both methods to save you Tips of the Week.
10-01-2011, 07:22 AM #17
- Join Date
- Sep 2006
- The great state of Kentucky
I save to the computer and print. I haven't been too organized lately...well, for the past 15 years, so I have them tucked everywhere! I can usually find the printouts for the most recent spread around my desk.My name is Beverly.
I use Photoshop CS2.
I use Windows Vista (but preferred XP)
I have been using Google Chrome, until they updated me and I lost all my good toolbars. Now, I also go back to Internet Explorer from time to time.
10-23-2011, 05:58 PM #18
10-24-2011, 08:38 AM #19
I purchased PS CS5 last month and am just learning how to use it. Jan your Tips are one of my favorite's. My question, I have been unablae to find the rules for posting in the Tip of the week Gallery. Can we use papers and elements from other places than Scrappers Guide?
I am wanting to start making some Christmas cards and would like to use some elements and papers from other vendors. Would this be OK to post in them in the Tips Gallery.
10-24-2011, 03:04 PM #20
So glad you're enjoying the tips! Yes, you can use any kit when posting in the Tip of the Week Gallery. And that goes for any Gallery, except the Premier Gallery. That one is just for pages created with the current month's Premier kit.