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Help vectorizing

Discussion in 'General Software' started by signsbyrick, Mar 27, 2006.

  1. signsbyrick

    signsbyrick Member

    Mar 18, 2006
    I have ve LXI 7.5 I know its not the best but it gets the job done. Can anyone tell me how to vectorize useing this program
  2. Fred Weiss

    Fred Weiss Merchant Member

    Sep 11, 2003
    Olympia, WA
    Rick ...

    There are supposedly tutorials at Signwarehouse to help in learning the product. It is a private label version of FlexiSign so you can also find and use tutorials for that product.

    If you look at the bottom of the page you will find small banner ads for both givemehelp.com and flexezine.com. Both these companies offer a ton of help and learning paraphenalia to FlexiSign owners. Click and explore.

    Then there's the help files and reference manual that explain every tool in the product. All you have to do is explore that and your head will be reeling at the power you have at your fingertips.

    We'll be happy to answer specific questions about this or that, but I doubt anyone here is going to be able to simply provide you help with a skill set like vectorizing. Expect to go through a learning curve. If it were easy then everyone would be doing it.
  3. foxesfarm

    foxesfarm New Member

    Mar 27, 2006
    Which version did you get, apprentice, expert, or master?

    Which version did you get, apprentice, expert, or master?
    If it is the apprentice version, it maynot vectorize anything but letters, as Flexi-starter doesn't either. I had a frustrating couple of days before discovering why I could cut pre-vectorized graphics or newly typed letters, but not un-vectorized art.

    I found a free program that works so well that I often open it before using adobe illustrator. It's called Inkscape. IF you can't find it online, I'll send you a CD for $1.00 to cover shipping and the burning of a cd. I already made up a cd with inkscape and lots of trial software to go with the sale of my extra cutter, so it would be no trouble

    office@foxesfarm.com if you want one.
  4. 2NinerNiner2

    2NinerNiner2 Very Active Member

    Mar 21, 2006
    Calgary, AB

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