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Download Instructions

How to Download Images: PC Users   (Macintosh users, click here.)

Once you have completed your purchase you can obtain your download in three different ways.

  • Click on “download now” from the Completed Order Screen
  • Sign in at www.thevintageworkshop.com and click “My Account” and under “ View Recent Ordersselect "View" button.  Click the links under "List of downloadable products."  Download collections will be labeled with "(exe)" extensions.  Single images will be labeled with "(jpg)" or "(png)" extensions.
  • From the order confirmation email click on the download purchases link, sign in and click each link under list of downloadable products.

Download your Single Image Downloads as follows:

  • Click on image name and select "Save", "Save Picture As" or "Save Target As" option.
  • Select your destination folder and click "Save".

Download your Download Collections as follows:

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Follow on screen instructions

When your collection download is complete:

  • Double click the My Computer icon from your start menu or desktop.
  • Select the C: drive and scroll to find “The Vintage Workshop” folder.

Thank you for purchasing downloadable images from The Vintage Workshop. Here's how to use your art:

- You can use the files with any program that will allow you to insert, paste or open graphic files. You can open the files with image editing programs such as Adobe Photoshop or Microsoft Paint (which comes with Windows,) or you can place your image into a document using a word processing program such as Microsoft Word. If you are using MS Word, just open a new document and go to the Insert menu and select Picture, and you can browse to your image file from there. Most programs have a similar command to place images into a document, which you can resize and print from there.

- You will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to open and view Click-n-Cut downloads, as well as project instructions (available with many, but not all, downloads.) If you do not have Acrobat Reader or you need an update, you can download it from the Adobe website.

A Word About File Formats

Your images comes in .jpg or .png formats.  Sometimes, download collections may also include versions in .gif file formats. We use the .png and .gif file formats to preserve transparency in certain images. Some collections come with images in both the .jpg and .png formats so that you can work with the file that best suits the needs of your project. For example, an image may come with a white background in .jpg format, but it also may come with a transparent background in .png format. These are common formats and are compatible with many programs.

If You Need Further Assistance
Call 913-341-5559 or e-mail us: support@thevintageworkshop.com


How to Download Images: Mac Users

Once you have completed your purchase you can obtain your download in three different ways.

  • Click on “download now” from the Completed Order Screen
  • Sign in at www.thevintageworkshop.com and click “My Account” and under “ View Recent Ordersselect "View" button.  Click the links under "List of downloadable products."  Download collections will be labeled with "(zip)" extensions.  Single images will be labeled with "(jpg)" or "(png)" extensions.
  • From the order confirmation email click on the download purchases link, sign in and click each link under list of downloadable products.

Once your Download Collection has completed, you will find the download package (named after the purchased collection and ending in ".zip") on your desktop. Double-click on this ZIP archive to unzip the contents. If you have not unzipped an item before, you may need to install Allume Systems' free version of Stuffit Expander.

If you purchased a Designer's Choice download, the unzipped files will appear together in one folder on your desktop. If you purchased the Click-n-Cut version, you will see one PDF file on your desktop.

Thank you for purchasing downloadable images from The Vintage Workshop. Here's how to use your art:

- You can use the files with any program that will allow you to insert, paste or open graphic files. You can open the files with image editing programs such as Adobe Photoshop, or you can place your image into a document using a word processing program such as Microsoft Word. Apple's Preview will allow you to open and print, but not edit, images. You can also place images in Apple Keynote and Apple Pages. If you are using MS Word, just open a new document and go to the Insert menu and select Picture, and you can browse to your image file from there. Most programs have a similar command to place images into a document, which you can resize and print from there.

- You will need the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to open and view Click-n-Cut downloads, as well as project instructions (available with many, but not all, downloads.) If you do not have Acrobat Reader or you need an update, you can download it from the Adobe website.

A Word About File Formats

Your images comes in .jpg or .png formats.  Sometimes, download collections may also include versions in .gif file formats. We use the .png and .gif file formats to preserve transparency in certain images. Some collections come with images in both the .jpg and .png formats so that you can work with the file that best suits the needs of your project. For example, an image may come with a white background in .jpg format, but it also may come with a transparent background in .png format. These are common formats and are compatible with many programs.

If You Need Further Assistance
Call 913-341-5559 or e-mail us: support@thevintageworkshop.com

 



 

 

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