Friday, July 18, 2014

Cricut Explore User Manual

YAY!! There is now an online user manual for the Cricut Explore!

See the new online Cricut Explore manual here!

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15 comments:

  1. OH WOOO HOOOO 1st commenter Oh what a great idea....even when I use it can't remember every single thing that can be done on this awesome machine....thanks for sharing. I love....love...love my Explore!!!

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  2. Wow - Excellent idea! I also LOVE my Explore!! TFS

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  3. wow...this is fabulous....thanks!!!!!

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  4. Will have to ck out the online user manual.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  5. Oh my! Thank you for sending me the link to The Cricut Explore!

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  6. I don't suppose that there is a users manual for the "Expression"? I looked on the web site, but I didn't see one.

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  7. They should have this for all their machines :)

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  8. Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome prize! Also thank you for the info on the Cricut Explore online manual! I would love to upgrade to the Cricut Explore!!!!!! But I will take the manual first if I have to.....tee hee

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  9. Thanks your site is so useful for imformation. I love it.

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  10. Haven't seen that cartridge. Thanks for giving it to a lucky winner.
    Martha from Norman

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  11. Scrappin' GrannyJuly 22, 2014 at 5:31 AM

    Wow! what a great idea! I don't have the Explore yet, but the on line manual is incentive. As I have scads of cartridges for my Expression, I like that I would be able to use them in the Exp;ore.

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  12. I have an Explore and I LOVE it. I've been trying to find an answer to a problem I'm having and I wanted to see if you knew where I should look next. With the cartridges you would have a choice between relative size and real dial size. I'm trying to create some characters by mixing and matching pieces from the paper Dolls Dress Up collection. On my expression if I wanted to make a 3" doll I just selected 3" and everything would be sized to fit a 3 inch doll. I'm fining this isn't the case with Design Space. I appreciate that the layers all come in all together but a 3" tall doll with a hat isn't going to be the same size as a 3" doll without a hat or a high ponytail.

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