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mhm45

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  1. mhm45

    PSE won't recognize my printer

    I have used 2 printers for the last couple of years. I use one (Canon MG7720) for cards and the other (HP Envy 4520) for most everyday things. On Monday I finished printing a pile of cards then realised that I had forgotten one. I went to print, made sure the Canon was selected, pressed Print...and it printed to the HP! I have tried my other software (Word, etc) and it goes to the Canon when that is chosen but in PSE after choosing the Canon, it prints to the HP! Has anyone any suggestions? (i've uninstalled/re-installed the Canon). I don't want to do that with the HP unless that's the only suggestion because that one is a real pain to set up! Molly McLeod
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    increase size in font display list

    Thank you, Belle. That did the trick!
  3. I have recently upgraded to PSE15. I have two questions. Has anyone come up with a solution to Adobe's "refusal" to fix the history list (getting to the 20 last edits)? I used the solution given on this site but after a few days it stopped adding the newest ones (as noted in the answers given some time ago!). This question is also relating to a point of irritation! When in the Text tool you click on the arrow beside the name of the font and the display list comes up. In previous editions o PSE there was a little arrow at the top of the tool panel. If you clicked on it you could choose to make the display names small, medium or large. Does anyone know where this is in the current edition? I cannot locate it anywhere and I can hardly see the names. Mary McLeod
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    Open Recently Edited Files

    Have you looked at your preferences? In edit/preferences/saving files, at the bottom it listed how many recent files you have listed. If the number has somehow been reduced to zero that might have something to do with the problem.
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