THIS VIDEO IS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 12, 2021.

This Quick Page Technique really highlights the versatility of the Grid Cutter.  In just three minutes, you will have the design of your page all done ready to be filled with content, photos and your story.

Post the page(s) you create using this offering to the pixels2Pages™ Community Facebook Group using the following hashtag:

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Video Tidbit Quick Page – Grid, Cut, Stretch [3:24 mins]

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Notes:

  • Go to the insert ribbon> Shape> rectangle.
    • Make your rectangle 6 inches wide and 12 inches high.
    • Remove the stroke
    • Click Create
  • Use the Quick Access Toolbar to set the position the rectangle to X=0, Y=0.
  • Select the rectangle
    • Cut>Grid, select a 2×2 pattern
    • Set the spacing to 2/16 of an inch
    • Click OK
  • Select the top right rectangle and stretch to the right side of the page
    • Make sure the aspect ratio is unlocked
  • Select the bottom right rectangle
    • Cut>Grid, select a 3×1 pattern
    • Set the spacing to 2/16 of an inch
    • Click OK
  • Select the bottom right rectangle and stretch all the way to the right side of the page
    • Make sure the aspect ratio is unlocked
  • Select the bottom right rectangle
    • Cut>Grid, select a 1×2 pattern
    • Set the spacing to 2/16 of an inch
    • Click OK
  • Select the bottom right rectangle and stretch all the way to the right side of the page
    • Make sure the aspect ratio is unlocked
  • Select the bottom right rectangle
    • Cut>Grid, select a 3×1 pattern
    • Set the spacing to 2/16 of an inch
    • Click OK
  • Go to Content Panel> Shapes
    • Create desired shape
    • Position shape as desired
  • For each section you want to be a photo holder:
    • Right click> Fill> Convert to photo drop point
  • Fill with photos, content and journaling

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3 Responses to Tameka’s Pick for FOREVER live – Video Tidbit: Quick Page – Grid Stretch Fill

  1. adakallen says:

    Well I can’t wait to try this one!
    Thank You!

  2. Laura Johnson says:

    You make this look so easy! I seem to try to re-invent the wheel (or page in this case) so this will certainly make life a lot simpler and faster! Thanks Meka!

  3. Sandy Norman says:

    This looks like one of the easiest ways to put a page together that will have maximum impact. Off to play in a little bit.

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