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Hands Down Fastest Way to Open Images in Silhouette Studio (Mind Blowing)

Sometimes you just need to quickly open an image in Silhouette Studio.

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There are countless ways to open a design, picture or photo in Silhouette Studio, but the copy/paste method has to be the fastest.

Let's say you found a public domain jpeg image that you need to bring it into Studio to trace or you have a photo you want to pull into Studio to re-color.

You can copy the image to your clipboard (right click > Copy Image).

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Then go into a work space in Silhouette Studio and use the keyboard shortcut to paste the image. On a Mac that's Command + V and on a PC it's Control + V.

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So the whole thing is right click > Copy Image, (in Silhouette Studio work area) Command V or Control V.  It literally takes less than 5 seconds.

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