Hi Callum, thanks for replying, I do now own both programs and happy to do so, So I think we're both happier. I say this because I think I will be able to do what I need to, eventually. ( If I can stop the crashing business.'below' that is. )
I did, as per your instructions, above and got almost to the end, - Just started to make fine adjustments to fit a 3D perspective cube I had set up in Designer and Designer quit on me. So while I am satisfied as to how to achieve the objective, thank you, I am a little worried about the Crash & burn it seemed to cause. In this instance no harm done but it could have been hours of work down the drain. I haven't tried recovery yet.
Still, You have convinced me of the potential. I still think both programs would be better rolled into one, if that's not a stupid suggestion. I presume it's a selling technique.
Having viewed, what feels like hundreds of tutorials, they are actually to much to take in all at once and, in the end, not specific enough at the time of searching for an answer, unless you are lucky enough to land on one that answers the specific question. Some I viewed were more distracting than instructive. Bit like some lecturers I think. Newcomers like myself cannot be sure how to ask the question so that it fits the programmers terminology. I know this is all part of the learning curve but making it as easy as possible serves seller and buyer alike. What seems to be needed initially is the ability to get from the answer back to the command needed, without superfluous waffling or unnecessary descriptions. Like this, all with the best of intentions.