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TTorchonTTorchon Member Posts: 1
How do we the group?


  • Di-liteDi-lite Member Posts: 3,348
    Welcome to the Forum - not quite what you are asking tho.  But on this Forum we discuss the software MTC and crafting and cutting to make cards etc.  You literally just jump in - comment where you think it's appropriate or start a new discussion like this to ask questions.  Most of the people in this forum are a friendly lot and also have a wealth of knowledge over a wide range of crafting formats.  They are all in different time zones so different people will be here at different times during a 24 hour period.  Hope this helps.
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  • AnointedHandsAnointedHands Member Posts: 797
    @SandyMcC @Liz_A I've been here so long I don't remember the process. I have tagged some of the people that can give you the correct information.

  • SandyMcCSandyMcC Member Posts: 7,327
    I don't understand the question!  Otherwise, I'd be happy to answer. :)
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  • Liz_ALiz_A Member Posts: 9,866
    edited November 2016

    @TTorchon - I'll take a stab that you want to put shapes together. You can do that by using the mouse and holding the shift key, click on items you want together, then you can either:

    - click the icon on the bottom right of the window, in the Layers panel, to move all the selected shapes together to one layer

    - click the icon on the toolbar at the bottom for Join. This joins shapes, where shapes overlap there will be a void, eg you have two circles, one inside the other, when joined, you get a donut shape

    - click the icon on the toolbar at the bottom for Weld. Using the two circle scenario above, you will get one shape. The larger shape absorbs the inner shape.

    MTC does not have a group function, which in other programs would make a collective of a group of shapes that would allow you to select and move as one without losing any of the collective.

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