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  1. #11
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    Sorry, I just tried it again & my instructions didn't do what I expected, so here goes again,my apologies
    In Scrapbook Max
    Click on Scrapbook Gallery
    on right hand side at top of page is a list


    home,search profile,upload photos
    click on search & put in *freebies*,a list comes up ,you will have to scroll through to see if there is anything you want there, good luck.

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    This option is on the site, not within the program itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kazr View Post
    Sorry, I just tried it again & my instructions didn't do what I expected, so here goes again,my apologies
    In Scrapbook Max
    Click on Scrapbook Gallery
    on right hand side at top of page is a list


    home,search profile,upload photos
    click on search & put in *freebies*,a list comes up ,you will have to scroll through to see if there is anything you want there, good luck.

    My Buddies - pkdoll, Marion and CraftyScraps

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    Hi Pilots Wife - I don't think you're confused. We are all talking about two different things. There IS a search feature in this forum (where all the freebies are thanks to all of these wonderful SBMaxers!!), but I don't think there is any way to search when we are working on our pages in ScrapbookMax. Is that what you mean?
    Jodie

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    Yes, that was what I meant. I wanted to be able to search within the program itself.

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    I know exactly what you mean. The key in being able to do that is having key words associated with each item. Like Printshop, for example, you can type a word in the search area and it will bring up anything with the key words that match. That is why doing drag and drop is sometimes easier than going through the program. But you still have to search. If you give your files meaningful names, you can do a Windows search on partial name and bring them up in the search window, then drag and drop from there (make sure you have the thumbnail option selected under view). Hope this helps. But I, like you, would like to have that option within the program.

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