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    Who ever she got the substrates from should have the templates. Coastal, Conde, just to name a few. And remeber that you can't use most things from Wally World or the dollar stores, they need to have the proper poly coating in order to sublimate
  2. Un-group the text and weld each individual letter that is like that, & then weld ALL of it together (the text), must be something funky going on with the font. Must be a free one.
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    not sure where to put this

    Brush Script & Cooper Black are the fonts
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    Forever paper w/sublimation ink

    That sounds like those papers are for a White Toner Printer, such as an OKI, or Uninet printer. The Uninet printer has sublimation toner to use for purpose.
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    New Program

    Inkscape is free also
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    Font Help
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    Font Help

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    What's the best method?

    I'd say three layers max. after that you no longer get the vinyl adhesive down into the garment.
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    What font is this
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    Design software

    Corel Draw for me too
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    Launcher cannot connect to corel draw

    I use CDx7 with CM3 on my Windows10 machine with no issues, like skeeter said, maybe a W10 update wiped it out. I have had W10 do exactly that with Flexi once, eiped it out that is.
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    Heat Pressing long sleeves

    You could use a teflon pad made for sleeves and leg prints, I have also used a sock jig for sublimating socks
  14. I get a unexpected file format, can't you just export the file as a PDF, or an eps?
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    font matches

    This site works the same as dafont,