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Transfer designs to my blank memory card

Hi, I have a secondhand Janome MC5000 and want to know if anyone knows how to transfer new designs that I bought from Ebay to my memory card to use in my machine.
thanks, Jo

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You need a a Reader/Writer box with a blank Janome memory card (PCMCIA) and Cusomizer software. With that you can move your downloaded .sew designs into Customizer and on to the card via the Reader/Writer box provied that they are within the allowable size constraints.

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