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After scanning in a good number of files, say 30 which are all in the stack, I start doing dome light editing prior to saving them all to disk. While I'm in the middle of making edits MSDIS starts responding, crashes and the shutdown MSDIS prompt appears. I got back on the main screen and could still see all the scanned pics in the stack, but couldn't save them before exiting the program. Does anyone know where the stack of scanned raw files are located?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a problem with file association naming! Its pretty simple if you know what you are doing! In order for your other programs to see these files you need to right click on the file and use "open with" and select the program you would like to use. That sometime fixes the problem but what you need to look for is what it says after your file name example(name.tif, name.pdf, name.jpeg)and make sure that the new computer and its software is even compatiable with the old software. Try looking for an update at the software manufactures web site. The always have a support section for customers to keep there devices/software working properly.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
SOURCE: Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0
When you zoom in most any photo editing program, all you do is change the appearance of the picture on your screen; nothing happens to the file, merely the size of the image you are viewing. To change the size for the file, here are detailed instructions:
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
You can add all your pictures to the program's library which should eliminate that problem...
To scan for pictures on your computer:
1. On Digital Image Library’s File menu, click Add Pictures to Library.
The Add Pictures to Library window opens. The folders already cataloged
in Digital Image Library are displayed.
2. Click Scan.
3. In the Beginning Picture Scan dialog box, click OK.
The hard disk drive is scanned, and the folders containing pictures are
4. Clear the check box next to any folder you don’t want to add.
5. Click OK, and then click Done.
Hope this will FixYa!!!
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
You have a problem with your scanner software or your operating system.Try connecting you scanner to another computer, install the software, and try scanning.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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