This tip will show you how to recover a page that has been removed from an Artisan project. Artisan, unlike the Windows recycle bin, has its own distinct recycle bin where deleted pages are temporarily stored. In addition, you will learn how to access and adjust the default storage limit for this recycle bin in the software settings.
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Artisan projects can take up considerable space on a computer. The size of the project depends on the number of pages and photos added. With the introduction of the Cleanup tool, the software can remove unused photos from the files of the project – effectively reducing the overall size of the project.
Once upon a time, we used to tape CDs and DVDs to the back of our Albums so that we could share video and photos that could not be added in the Album itself for whatever reason. Now we are in the era of QR Codes and FOREVER makes it easy to share. Sharing via QR Code is most powerful when you have FOREVER Permanent Storage and a FOREVER Video Streaming Plan.
You undoubtedly have lots of Blueprints and templates in your digital art collection. While some of those Blueprints and Templates were designed for a Double Page Spread (DPS), they cannot be used in a Seamless Layflat project without some extra prep work.
Choosing the photos that you will use in your Artisan books and projects is a big job! The more organized you are before starting to make pages, the more fun you will have creating. The Album Planner is a place that you can use to organize photos in ways beyond using tags and the Historian timeline. If you are a visual learner/thinker, this feature will be eye-opening for you, especially if you haven't used it before.
You can create a beautiful calendar in minutes using your favorite photos or JPEGs of page layouts you have created in the past year. Join FOREVER™ Events and Training Associate, Mary Browder, as she walks you through the simple process of starting a calendar project.
Your project is finished and you're ready to upload for printing - but not before you do a final check, to make sure you get the best possible printed product. In this video, Alison takes us step by step through the process of proofing a project before uploading to print.
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