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When I click on a saved photo the wizard window pops up but it is blank. I can not open any saved photos. Help please.

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  • EGNYC Jun 11, 2008

    when I click on a saved photo the wizard window pops up but it is blank. I can not open any saved photos. All JPEGs become Databecker files and therefore cannot be opened unless I convert them to PDFs (and then they cannot be edited)

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