There are nearly half a dozen ways to replicate a design or text in Silhouette Studio. You can copy/paste, you can right click, you can use the Fill Page function, you can use the functions in the Edit menu, you can use the Replicate tool, you can use the replicate shortcut...but the easiest of them all is a simple click and drag of the mouse.
To show you how this works, try it with me. (I've also included a video for you so you can actually see what I'm doing.)
Open up Silhouette Studio and open up a design from your library or type out a line of text.
Select the design or text. Now, while holding down the 'alt' key on your keyboard, click your mouse on the design and drag it. You'll basically peel off a duplicate.
Here's a quick video so you can see even more clearly how to use this Silhouette Studio keyboard shortcut.
Note: This post may contain affiliate links. By clicking on them and purchasing products through my links, I receive a small commission. That's what helps fund Silhouette School so I can keep buying new Silhouette-related products to show you how to get the most out of your machine!
Thanks for coming to class today at Silhouette School. If you like what you see, I'd love for you to pin it!
Get Silhouette School lessons delivered to your email inbox! Select Once Daily or Weekly.