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Unfortunately with the SE version, it does NOT have a MOVE utility. The GOOD
news is that it will update itself on where you physically moved the
Step 1. Click on Start, Programs, Accessories, Windows Explorer and locate
the image that you wish to move;
Step 2. Move the image to My Pictures per your question;
Step 3. Open Adobe Photoshop Starter Edition;
Step 4. Click File, Reconnect All Missing Files.
That my friend should be it. Have a nice day.
Can you please explain what you are actually trying to achieve.
The concept of moving "from Adobe Photoshop Starter Edition 3.0 to a folder in MY PICTURES" is meaningless, as pictures are not "in" PSA SE 3 - it simply catalogs pictures on your hard drive.
I understand what Chester Milburn means. I need to transfer a group of photographs to 'My Pictures', so that I can CHOOSE which company developes my photographs. Can someone please help?
Just select the picture in PSA SE and drag them to the folder of your choice.
Colin: how do you remove the photos from your harddrive. Where are they catalogued?
Please explain your question more fully Laura.
If you right click on an image and select delete, it should prompt you as to
whether you wish to delete it from the HDD as well.
I opened a photo sent to me within an email attachment the other day. Opening the photo within the attachment initiated the Adobe Photoshop Album. When I hit an arrow within this program, I started seeing other photos that must be somewhere on my computer, within the hard drive. Alot of them were photos that my daughter must have been looking at of her friends within myspace and facebook. I don't really want these on my hard drive or wherever it is they are because they obviously eat up space. How do you get rid of them?
They are images cached by Internet Explorer - it uses a fixed size of disk space to keep temporary files. You can find the settings under Tools/Internet options... in IE.