Exactly what, from Premiere Elements, do you wish to print?
Depending on exactly what it is, you might need to make a screen-cap to the Clipboard, and then Paste that into a document, say a PS Image, or a Word document, and then print from there.
Please let us know more, and good luck,
I want to print the details found in the elements window (media window). The headings are -- Name Used Media type Frame rate Media duration Video Usage Audio Usage . I highlighted the whole list and tried copy/paste to Microsoft Word -- it didn't work. I'll try other word processors.
I agree with John T., in that the best that one can come up with is an image file, like a TIFF.
I have filed Feature Requests for both PrE and PrPro, to output a Doc file, manybe a comma-deliniated TXT file? That would allow more direct use in a wordprocessing, or spreadsheet program, but so far, Adobe has not incorporated that function.
Milo White 63 wrote:
I highlighted the whole list and tried copy/paste to Microsoft Word
If your MS Word was a part of a MS Office bundle you may have 'MS OneNote'. This component includes an Optical Character Recognition feature that I find very useful for turning image text content to plain text.
Also if you have a scanner that probably includes bundled OCR software.
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That is great to know. Thank you, as always, for posting the info.