Which are the appropriate ones to follow when marking a pattern? The circular marks are drill holes and are placed on the pattern 3/8" from the lines for the darts and pockets. You should use the lines to mark for proper size of darts and pockets.
The first thing you should do is watch the slides of the First Time Help for an overview of the steps to My Label. Then you should go directly to help and read all the onscreen support that is included in the Help section. Reading and printing this material will teach you how to use the software, how to measure, how to select a flattering style and loads of other important information. Next, you should register your My Label software. Once you register, you will be informed of updates and new information.
The problem is with the video card in your computer. First check that you have current video drivers for your computer. You may also want to call the Help desk for your brand of computer. Please check your computer specs with the computer requirements recommended.
You can print directly to the plotter if your computer is connected to the plotter and you have the plotter driver loaded on your computer. Consider printing your patterns to PDF anyway, even if you don't print them; then file them away in case you want to refer back to a particular style variation that you haven't saved on your computer.
Style Properties measurements are adjusted when you want to adapt a style due to ease preferences, when you need to make an adjustment because of your body shape (see Adjusting Style Properties), when you want to make an adjustment to change the length of the garment, the width of the pant leg, or other style preferences. Adjustments are made in model measurements to refine the fit after testing the fit with a trial garment, when you gain/lose weight, or when you re-measure a body measurement and find that the measurement was taken incorrectly.