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My Digital Studio Video Tutorial-Text on a Path

Digital Scrapbook Page

Today's My Digital Studio Video Tutorial shows you how to add curvy text to your Scrapbook page.  This technique is called Text on a Path.

Yes, these are older pictures.  Styles certainly have changed.  The baby is now 26 years old.  It's about time to get these pictures out of boxes and into albums.

Everything is Digital these days.  Why shouldn't scrapbooks be digital too?  It's so natural and easy to insert today digital pictures to preserve your memories, but what about the boxes of pictures that we have stored from before digital.

5 Reasons Why Digital Scrapbooks Make Sense for Older Pictures too
  1. Time-Digital Scrapbooking is quicker
  2. Safe from Disaster-Back up scanned pictures & scrapbooks to keep safe from fire and other catastropes.
  3. Space-Do you have enough space for a computer?  You have enough space for digital scrapbooking.
  4. Portable-Take your scrapbook room anywhere you can take a computer.
  5. Supplies-Never run out of supplies
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Donna Slettedahl

Robin, Thank you so much for showing how to make curvy text. Not sure what I'm doing wrong, but I have Windows 7 and don't find free form and few others. Any suggestions?

Robin Feicht

Hello Donna,

Do you have MDS 2? Freedmen was added with mDS 2. Also make sure you have the latest updates.
Have a fabulous day,

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