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  • Richard_Lynch
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    by Richard_Lynch
    Jefskott Wrote:

    <<I can't open the templates or the EPS file from the Chapter Files:\DCS\CMYK folder on the CD with Photoshop Elements.

    When I say I can't open the files, I mean Adobe Photoshop Elements 2 will not allow me to open the files. It sees them as invalid...
    04-11-2003, 09:56 AM
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