Clip Art Access

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Warped Mind
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Clip Art Access

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How or where do I find the clipart in VcarvePro? I installed it but cannot find them.

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Re: Clip Art Access

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Not sure if it is automatically installed with VCP, but you can go to the following webpage and download it from there:

http://support.vectric.com/training-material/vcarve-pro

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Re: Clip Art Access

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Now, if Vectric would only include a PDF with pictures of the clip art so I wouldn't have to open 90 different files to see what they look like.
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Mike,

Try taking a look at the picture I attached above, especially the link to the right of the one I circled :roll:

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Thanks Tim. But that PDF is read only, so I can't save it to my folder where I put the clip art files.
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I opened it on the screen and did a "Save As". Now I have a PDF I can copy to any folder and open.

You can also use Windows Explorer set to medium size icons or larger to see actual images of the files. Let us know if you need help figuring out how to do this.

Or, perhaps you can better explain what doesn't work for you...

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The PDF didn't open with the usual menu bar at the top. And it didn't cooperate when I right clicked on it. The window that opened did not have a save or save as option.

Finally, when I clicked near the bottom of the PDF page, a bar opened with the file save icon on it and I could save a copy. It sure would be nice if similar files would behave similarly. Instead of making me get my exercise by jumping to conclusions.

Gonna go make some wood chips.
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Well I'll be a Monkey's Uncle... I didn't know there was included clip art. Or I forgot, which is just as good as not knowing :lol:

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