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Janome Question#1

This may sound dumb but do I need to load "Buzz Tool" onto my PC? I have several embroidery designs from years ago and would like to stitch them out but am unsure of how to go about it. As lots of you know, Buzz Tool is a converter thingy but I don't know it Janome needs a converter thingy......HELP!!!


MOLLY said…
Rhonda--For Customizer and I believe digitizer to accept a design, it must be Jef or sew format. If you have Buzz Tools, you will be able to change any format to the format you need. Most of the time, when you download a design, you download all formats so in that case you would not need Buzz Tools. I hope this makes sense. I think I would wait until I found that I needed to convert a design before I downloaded Buzztools.
Jerri said…
I think all you have to do is open the file with digitizer. Digitizer automatically converts the design.
Jerri said…
I guess you already know this since your question was back at the end of May. That's how long it takes me to catch up on all the blogs. LOL

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