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You need to go to the scale sizing section, and click on the box on the left that keeps thing in their original proportion. This is where you can reduce the height and width and keep it orogonal looking.
I played a little and it looks like you can do some manipulating to make a square frame into a rectangle, but because of matching up the pattern you may not be able to make it a certain size. It depends on the repeat of the pattern. I am not sure if all this is possible (major editing) in the free version of silhouette studio. The only shapes I have that aren't plain are scalloped square frames.
Gale, Thanks for trying this!! That is what I suspected. It is like the MS Punch Around the Page punches. They only work for specific sizes based on the width of repeat of the pattern .
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I have made squares with scallops into rectangles, you have to make a couple of the squares, then cut off the left and right sides of both with the knife, you then have the option to make a longer square part into a rectangle by welding the scallops at the point where you want to make a rectangle. You may need to scale the scallops down to fit the size that you need. Hope that helps..
I agree, the dies are so wonderful, but the price isn't!