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  • Elements 1.0 for anybody who wants it

    I just bought the Wacom Graphire 2, which comes with PS Elements 1.0 and Painter classic, and I'm using painter classic but I'm already getting Photoshop 7 so there's no point in me using elements and if I'm not, well somebody could probably find some use for it. so if anybody wants my copy of PS Elements 1.0, just send me a PM or email me.

    - David
    Last edited by d_kendal; 11-11-2002, 04:04 AM.

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