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Hello everyone Fat Guy Here, Why Fat Guy? It is the moniker my sons gave me when I ballooned up to four hundred pounds and

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You have been here 12 years and you don't know where it is?

lol...lol

Yes Joe, been out of the game for a while and didn't remember, ever forgot how to do something for a minute?

only once

Lucky you

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Can I get my affiliate link?

Can I get my affiliate link?

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Senior folks whose looking to make an extra income.
Students who want to fund their education.

Hey Sanford,

The following tutorial may offer you the help you seek: Also, the following video may help you find great tutorials here on WA: Hope you find this helpful.

I believe you found it.
Top menu bar right side $ you will see "your affiliate link".

We wish you well.

You have been here 12 years and you don't know where it is?

lol...lol

Yes Joe, been out of the game for a while and didn't remember, ever forgot how to do something for a minute?

only once

Lucky you

click on the $ sign top righthand side the menu will open and you'll see it there just click copy and its yours

Thank you found it just before this showed up.

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good day everyone just wondering what people are using for their graphic design software and getting some ideas on what I should invest in thank you for your time

I would suggest getting a business subscription to the Adobe cloud. Depending on your needs you have a plethora of design software at your fingertips. They also offer some training courses for beginners. I have been using Adobe for almost 15 years now and I will never change the platform. For images Photoshop is best and Illustrator is best for logos because it is vector (math-based).

Hi Sanford,
I see you are looking for software specifically for designing T-shirts. You might want to try SonicShack or Fat Paint. Both are free. You can also try T Shirt Factory Deluxe which cost $29.95. Hope this helps.
Jerome

Hi Sanford - Canva is great for beginners and it's free to use, so no investment. All the best.

I've been using Adobe Elements and Photoshop CC for about 20 years, but it's probably more program than most people need. Photoshop CC is monthly subscription program, it runs about $120 a year.

I've been comparing Photoshop to Affinity (https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/) to see if it does everything I need it to do at a greatly reduced price, one time $50.

If you're looking for a great Free program I strongly suggest you take a look at Pixlr. Here's a blog I wrote about it way back when.

It all depends on what you are going to design.
For simple logo design and image editing for web I use getpaint.net
If you design for print you should get something that can produce vector graphics.

My partners and I have started a t shirt design business and we need better design software to go forward.

Then you most likely need something vector based.
However, on Spreadshirt you can use optimized pixel based graphics.

Canva might be use full. Here is a webinar that can help you:

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Searching for good graphic design software?

Searching for good graphic design software?

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good day everyone just wondering what people are using for their graphic design software and getting some ideas on what I should invest in thank you for your time

I would suggest getting a business subscription to the Adobe cloud. Depending on your needs you have a plethora of design software at your fingertips. They also offer some training courses for beginners. I have been using Adobe for almost 15 years now and I will never change the platform. For images Photoshop is best and Illustrator is best for logos because it is vector (math-based).

Hi Sanford,
I see you are looking for software specifically for designing T-shirts. You might want to try SonicShack or Fat Paint. Both are free. You can also try T Shirt Factory Deluxe which cost $29.95. Hope this helps.
Jerome

Hi Sanford - Canva is great for beginners and it's free to use, so no investment. All the best.

I've been using Adobe Elements and Photoshop CC for about 20 years, but it's probably more program than most people need. Photoshop CC is monthly subscription program, it runs about $120 a year.

I've been comparing Photoshop to Affinity (https://affinity.serif.com/en-us/) to see if it does everything I need it to do at a greatly reduced price, one time $50.

If you're looking for a great Free program I strongly suggest you take a look at Pixlr. Here's a blog I wrote about it way back when.

It all depends on what you are going to design.
For simple logo design and image editing for web I use getpaint.net
If you design for print you should get something that can produce vector graphics.

My partners and I have started a t shirt design business and we need better design software to go forward.

Then you most likely need something vector based.
However, on Spreadshirt you can use optimized pixel based graphics.

Canva might be use full. Here is a webinar that can help you:

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Hello Everyone,

I am currently making a new website for a new customer and I have never had to set up a PayPal plugin and see there are a few listed. Does anyone have ex

What is the best paypal plugin?

What is the best paypal plugin?

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I am currently making a new website for a new customer and I have never had to set up a PayPal plugin and see there are a few listed. Does anyone have ex

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