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Use Windows Explorer and look for the photos on disk. Look at the computer section, C drive and look under program files, probably an Adobe or Photoshop heading. But they are down there somewhere. Copy or move them somewhere else. Don't pay for a photo album, there are many good free ones around. There are even open source programs similar to the best and most expensive Photoshop programs. Just look for them and avoid the phrase "Free Download", (the download is free but the program isn't) and trial version,
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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