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photo manipulation software question

Discussion in 'Arts, Crafts & Scrapbooking' started by wdwgrandma, Apr 6, 2013.

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    Not to speak of. The only place I used the program was on our IT manager's computer - who had it set up exactly to spec and had (I'm guessing) gotten rid of the "bloatware".

    It's the danger of freeware, I suppose.

    Have you tried Elements? Switching software is NEVER easy, but perhaps with a few tutorials? I know. It stinks. :sorry:
     
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    Years ago I had some version of Photoshop. I could never figure it out. I'd watch tutorials, dig through help files. Nothing worked the way it said it would. that's when I gave up and bought Picture It.
     

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