1 - Run Embird and click "Editor" menu to switch to Editor window.
2 - Select "File -> Open" menu to open the design which you want to edit (Picture No.1).
Picture No. 1
3 - Switch ON the "Stitch List" in "View" menu in case it is unchecked (Picture No. 2).
Picture No. 2
4 - The stitch list appears in the "Objects Order Bar" at the right side of the screen (Picture No.3). It displays the list of stitches contained in the selected object: stitches, trims, stops and jumps.
Picture No. 3
5 - Click the item in the stitch list to select the stitches in the design (Picture No. 4). Selected stitches are drawn in red color on the Work Area.
Tip 1: Double-click the item in the stitch list if you want to hide all the other parts of the object, and have only the red selection visible on the Work Area.
Tip 2: Press "arrow up"/"arrow down" keys on the keyboard if you want to move to upper/lower item of the same type in the stitch list. In this example, the selected item is "Stitches 4" (Picture No. 4), so if you press the "arrow up" key on the keyboard, the "Stitches 3" item becomes selected.
Picture No. 4
6 - Click right mouse button on the stitch list item for popup menu (Picture No.5). Use the commands in the popup menu to delete the selected item, split design before/after the selected item, insert/remove stop code or trimming code, etc.
Picture No. 5
7 - When you are finished with editing, select "File -> Save" menu to save the changes to the file on your disk.