Glad to hear you found out what your program can do, Waterlily!! Sometimes we have these marvellous tools at our disposal, and nobody told us how to use them, unfortunately.
There's also an easier way to use WinZip. When you use the Wizard, you can unzip all the information and all the formats into the same folder in one shot, then just delete the formats you don't need. There's no cut and paste involved, and less chance to lose information thereby. When y'all talk about cutting and pasting, you make me shiver! The only thing between your design and oblivion is the clipboard of your computer. If you want to do it that way, do "copy" and paste, if you see the design copied badly or was corrupt, you still have the original to try again. If you "cut", you have nothing to go back to to recover your information. Thanks for sharing the information on Sew What Pro, those programs from Sands Computing seem like they're quite worthwhile. Hugs, Marji
I never thought of the cutting being such a risky choice! Thanks for bringing that up! Copying is, indeed a much better option!
Thank you Marji for this explaination about winzip***
Have you ever heard of Embird......It does the same thing, batch conversions, unzips, organizes,splits, joins, color changes and so much more, its worth the money you pay for. I have it and it does almost anything you need to do, split, merge, text, digitize, etc., etc., Go to their site www.embird.com and read/see for yourself. They have groups that only deal with Embird and all its functions and they are great teachers. Its a great value for your money.
I have heard ot it, and I would LOVE to get it because I would love to try digitizing, too. It's just a bit out of my price range right now. SOMEDAY....