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All of my downloaded jpegs and holiday pictures i saved in my "my pictures" default folder all tured to AI andvPSD files. and i can not save for web to get a jpeg it is still a ai file and opens up with illustrato.? why is this and how do i get my jpegs back.

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  • jadergirl Nov 01, 2008

    i have cs3 and my pictures where fine before does cs3 do this by default why did it happen?

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       You can download a software program that can convert your pictures from the PSD ext. to JPEG. Once such program is  (Easy Graphic Converter), It is Free... Another excellent program is Graphic Workshop. I think that one is trial but it has a time limit. 
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  • Joe Sehl Nov 01, 2008

    It seems that CS3 changed all your Pictures to the psd. format so Photoshop would be the default viewer. If you dont want this change you can go into your file ext. settings and change it to where a jpg file will be opened with another program other than PhotoShop. This might solve your problem.



    To get to this screen, you can go into ( My Documents ) click on ( tools) at the top on the menu bar. Then click on ( Folder Options ). From there click in ( File Types ). Then find your JPG ext.

    and it will tell you what program opens your jpg files. If it says CS3, change it to something else like WIndows Picture and Fax Viewer or something else.



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