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Live or Taped? Two Options for Software Training

Inspiration Webinars are chockfull of information – so much that’s it often hard to absorb all the details. But don’t fret, I’ll show you how I get the most out of webinars. My secret is to watch both the taped and live versions.

The benefit of watching the live version is you can ask a question and get an answer while the taped version allows you to follow along with the instructor.

Sometimes, webinars move quickly and it’s hard to grasp all the information during the live session. Set yourself up for success for a live webinar. Follow these simple steps: find a quiet location to take the webinar, arrive early to download the link, check your connection and finally, pay attention!

If you feel you missed some key points, then take the taped version. Here’s how to get the most out of the taped version. Go to Click on Webinars on the right column.

Scroll down to view the list. Select Changes are Good! Web2psbl

Click on the link, it takes you to YouTube and the webinar (video) begins to play. Use the pause/play button to stop the video. Web3psbl

Then minimize the window by clicking on the icon at the top right of the screen. The webinar is now paused and the window is resting in the tray.Web4psbl

Locate Perfect Embroidery Pro on your computer and open the program. Go to File, Open to open a new screen. Now let’s get both screens up at once.


Watch this video to see how to do it.[KGVID width=”640″ height=”361″][/KGVID]

If you can’t view it here on the blog, use this link to YouTube.

Don’t miss May’s webinars: True Type Tutorial on May 5, 7:00-8:00 CST in Perfect Embroidery Pro with Katherine Artines and May 19, 7:00-8:00 CST is Text, Borders and Florishes, Oh My! in My Block Piecer and My Quilt Embellisher.

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  • Doree shandera

    I love the software and all you are doing with it! Thanks for the webinars, and the tapes are great. I can need multiple viewings to “get it”!

  • Doree shandera

    PS. Thanks for showing the dual screen, how helpful……