Member since 3/4/12
Date: 3/4/12 12:02 PM
I am trying to monogram a shirt for my daughter. I do not like the fonts already installed on the computer. I have purchaed new fonts. When I upload them onto Artlink V6 it only lets me open one letter at a time. I want to open several letters and save a name to upload onto the machine. HELP!
Member since 11/5/02
Date: 3/5/12 0:23 AM
The machine does not see your letters as fonts-it sees them as designs-like birds or hearts-you get the picture. So you will have to bring each letter in as a design and the paste another letter until you get them all in-then you should be able to save that into the memory of your machine. If you plan on doing this alot, you may want to get a lettering software such as Alphasizer Max where you can keyboard in a name and then save in your file format (.EXP)
|Doris W. in TN
Member since 2/9/04
In reply to hlfountain
Date: 3/5/12 10:17 AM
I don't have ArtLinkv6, but can you import or insert a design to a design already on your screen? That's how we do it in Designer Plus. Go to File, at the top left of your software screen, look for "Insert design" or something like that, and this is how it would be done.
Member since 9/13/03
Date: 3/6/12 2:39 PM
Artlink will only transfer one design at a time. It is not designed to combine or duplicate designs or pick apart any portion of a design. It is basically transfer software that can resize a limited amount and send to your usb stick in the format your Deco 340 can read.
You can, however, send each letter to your usb stick, combine them in your Deco in the Edit screen and save the combined design to your Deco memory.