Scan N Cut Saturday – Print to Cut Alternative for CM and SDX Owners

This week I have put together a video showing how to create a printable sheet with alignment guides in Microsoft Word that can then be used to generate cutting lines in Canvas Workspace and then aligned in your Scan N Cut machine – whether it is a CM or SDX model.

Enjoy!


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Right, that’s it for this post.

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Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon.

Best wishes,

John.

6 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Saturday – Print to Cut Alternative for CM and SDX Owners

  1. First of all, great video! You always explain things well. That being said, I have a question. I haven’t made any stickers, even though I have tons of sticker paper. I just haven’t taken the time to make any. So, I always thought I would print out whatever images I wanted on the sticker paper and then scan it just like I would with stamped images. Scan it, set the offset, and cut. Would that not work. As I said, I have not gotten any farther than buying the sticker paper.

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  2. Awesome tutorial John and not only for a sticker sheet, I see more possibilities for what I sometimes want and don’t get done proper.
    Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put in this series, not only I saw new things for S & C but also for Word. Stay safe and have a wonderful day.

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