Changing to the embroidery software is quite easy. Simply open the folder where you downloaded the software and transfer your designs from the older programs (or the embroidery machine) into the BERNINA Embroidery Software Utilities file. There is an infor that tells you exactly how to do this, included.
Open the embroidery software after you have installed the program. The features will be grouped into five sections: Basic, Embroidery, Basic/Embroidery, Machine and Machine Settings. The Basic section contains most of the initial programs and features.
The Basic section also contains the TrueView pattern and small character fonts. Every major new embroidery machine comes with a TrueView pattern for you to use. (With a 9.5mm needle and Aida Mat, you get 10+ sewing stitches. With a 7mm needle and Aida Mat it's 8+ sewing stitches.)
Second, you will find a small character fonts section. Used mostly with sewing templates, but you will find lots of the letters (like 3.5mm or 4mm) that you can use as embroidery design fonts. They are in a highly compressed format, but can be saved in your later embroidery software collections.
The last section of the BERNINA Embroidery Software Utilities is the Machine section. If you have a newer embroidery machine, you can use this section to view, adjust, select, save to a memory card, and even print your design settings. If you have an older machine, you can use this section to read the settings you made in your old software.
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