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Barb Eugene

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  • Birthday 02/14/1956

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    Eugene, Oregon

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  1. I've used Blurb for printing my photobooks for over 7 years now. The products are very nice and the customer service is amazing. The primary reason I changed from Shutterfly to Blurb way back then was because Shutterfly limited the photobook size to 100 pages where a Blurb book can have over 400 pages. I need the extra pages for my annual family photobook. Plus, Blurb has really good sales, too!
  2. I have used Blurb since 2011 for my annual photobook and for other printed book projects. One of the reasons I was first interested in using Blurb was because the limit on the number of pages in the books was over 400. My annual photobooks are between 200 and 300 pages long. Blurb also has fantastic customer service. I'm a loyal customer.
  3. You might want to check the price of ink before making your purchase. The replacement ink for one of my work printers cost more than the actual printer.
  4. The short videos that come with this training and action set are really good. I learned things about using Elements that I hadn't known before. These actions are not intimidating at all! Why not watch a few videos and try the actions out?
  5. A while ago I purchased the Fix Photos Fast with Actions videos that Scrap Girls promoted. The actions in that set work significantly better than the Color Variations in earlier versions of Elements.
  6. I have that set of actions and am using PSE 14. It works perfectly for me. Just make sure the photo you are running the action on is simplified. All the styles and actions I had purchased before when I had PSE 11 work for me in PSE 14.
  7. I, too, had thousands of photos that I wanted to digitize. I first organized the photos, then set up my laptop and scanner in the living room during football season and scanned away. It surprised me how many photos I could scan during one game! By doing the project myself, I was able to dust off the prints that were dusty and was able to scan the photos to folders that were organized in a way that made the most sense to me.
  8. Thank you! I searched for a while on google and learned about how to unencrypt the files like you said, Leslie Ann. Again, thanks!
  9. Someone figured this out in a posting and explained how to fix the issue. I can't find the thread and was hoping someone might be able to direct me to it. When I transferred files to a new computer, I was not able to open a lot of files that were created on a Mac. The title of the files appeared in green, not in black, like the other file names. I recall the issue could be resolved by changing something in the properties of the files. I just purchased some files by EMA and LLO. The titles are in green. I would like to be able to save them and actually be able to retrieve them lat
  10. I don't see either of those options in Elements 14 under Preferences.
  11. I'm using Elements 14. When I work on a layout that is smaller than SG papers and drag a paper into the layout, the paper is resized to fit the layout size. Does anyone know if it's possible for the program to stop the auto resizing? Is there a setting I don't know about? Thanks!
  12. Happy Birthday. Hope you have a wonderful day.

  13. Happy Birthday! Hope you enjoy your special day!!

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