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Feb 4, 2013 3:54 PM

Tags: #adobe #elements #elements_10

I have both Adobe Elements 10 and Adobe Starter 3.2 installed. E10 does not appear in list of programs to open but Starter 3.2 does. "Change or remove" says I use E10 frequently but not sine 12/4/11. How do I open E10? I would like to copy some photos to a card and can't seem to do it in Starter 3.2.

 
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    Feb 4, 2013 5:11 PM   in reply to trulyfairx

    There are essentially three ways (in fact four ways but I shall tell you only three) to launch PSE10 or any other windows programs.  I am assuming you are using Windows Operating system.

     

    1) You can click on your desktop icon that looks something like this:

     

    2013-02-05_0055.png

     

    2) You can click on the Start Menu or Windows Ord (in Windows 7 or Vista)  and the link "might be" there looking like this:

     

    2013-02-05_0058.png

     

    I have said "might be" because if you have not used it at all then it won't be there.

     

    3) You can click on the Start button or Windows Orb and then click on All Programs and look for PSE 10 entry there looking like this:

     

    2013-02-05_0101.png

     

    There is also a fourth method and that is to look for the .exe file and clicking on it but I shall leave this for others to chip in.

     
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    Feb 5, 2013 9:51 AM   in reply to trulyfairx

    Try this:

     

    Go to C>Program Files (x86)>Adobe>Photoshop Elements 10.  Right click here, then Send to Desktop(create shortcut) . Double click the desktop shortcut.

     
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    Feb 10, 2013 1:03 PM   in reply to trulyfairx

    You're welcome. Glad to help.

     

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