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-Ready-made print projects cannot possibly cover the entire range of creative ideas. Therefore, StudioLine allows you to design your own print projects as well. With “User Styles,” you can place any images and text on a blank page, and edit at will.+Ready-made print projects cannot possibly cover the entire range of creative ideas. Therefore, StudioLine allows you to design your own print projects as well. With “User Styles”you can place any images and text on a blank page, and edit at will.
  
  
-Select any image you would like to use for your print project and open the “Print ​Projects” window ​and choose ​“User Styles” and “New Page.+Select any image you would like to use for your print project, click symbol "​New" ​and choose entry "​Greetings Card, Calendar"​ to open the “Print ​Project” window. Choose ​“User Styles” and “New Page”. Alternatively,​ you can click symbol "​New"​ and choose "​Collage"​ to skip the style selection.
  
  
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-Print projects include CD jewel case covers and inserts, greetings cards, and calendars. Depending on the intended project, choose either one or multiple images, then click “Print | Print Project” from the “File” menu. On the “Print Project” panel, choose a style from the available categories.+Print projects include CD jewel case covers and inserts, greetings cards, and calendars. Depending on the intended project, choose either one or multiple images, then click “Print | Print Project” from the “File” menu. 
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 +On the “Print Project” panel, choose a style from the available categories.
  
  
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-Depending on the style chosen for your project, you may be able to update certain aspects in the “Page Editor.+Depending on the style chosen for your project, you may be able to update certain aspects in the “Page Editor”.
  
  
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-==== Accessing or Deleting ​Print Projects ​====+==== Accessing or Deleting ​Collages ​==== 
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 +Your print projects are available for review and printing in the future. To access previously saved projects, click the "​Collage"​ icon in the toolbar. A list of previously saved collages will appear. Simply click on a collage in the list in order to open it for editing.
  
  
-Your print projects are available for review and printing in the future. To access previously saved projects, click on the “StudioLine Explorer – Pages” icon. If the explorer shows only web galleries, then click the button “One Level Up” until “Print Projects” appears in the folder pane. Click the title of your folder to view your saved projects. Right-click on a page and choose “Open” from the context menu to open the Page Editor. ​To delete a page, drag it from the StudioLine Explorer ​to the Recycle Bin, or right-click on the page and choose “Delete” from the context menu.+To delete a collage, drag it from the list to the Recycle Bin, or right-click on the collage ​and choose “Delete” from the context menu.
  
  
-==== Emailing and Exporting ​Print Projects ​====+==== Emailing and Exporting ​Collages ​====
  
  
-Print projects can be sent by email directly from within StudioLine and can be exported. Simply click the appropriate ​button ​on the QuickStep Bar.+Print projects can be sent by email directly from within StudioLine and can be exported. Simply click the "​Share" ​button ​in the tools bar and choose the email or export function.
  
  
-    * For email use, StudioLine renders your print project into a graphics file. You control the file format and size. For more information about email settings, refer to the earlier chapter “Sending Images via Email.” +    * For email use, StudioLine renders your print project into a graphics file. You control the file format and size. For more information about email settings, refer to the earlier chapter “Sending Images via Email”. 
-    * For export, StudioLine renders your print project ​as a high resolution graphics file. You control the file format and pick a target location on our disks.+    * For export, StudioLine renders your collage ​as a high resolution graphics file. You control the file format and pick a target location on our disks.
  
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