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the scanned slides were sent to a folder ....something something/adobe.
when I opened Photoshop Elements Organizer 11 (Can i call it PE?) on the left, above the folders section, is the word "import". I clicked that and it offered 4 things, 1 was "file or folders" and since I didn't write down the actual file and folder name, I clicked "by searching". I admit I let it search for quite a while before I decided that it was taking too long. I really don't know how those images actually got on PE because I cancelled the search.
I'm not seeing anything in the adobe manual. Truly, I'm happy to lose the stuff I did and re-load the downloaded program...I'm just not savvy enough to know how to do that.
OK...I downloaded it from Adobe site...but the question is...will I be able to reinstall without buying it again?
oh...i see what you mean...i uninstalled and redownloaded the program and it has everything still on it. What am I to do?
You can delete a catalog only if there is more than one catalog associated with Elements Organizer. If you have one catalog and want to delete it, create another catalog before you proceed to delete the current catalog.
I am feeling VERY stupid.
I went to Catalog Manager and it looks like this
O Catalogs Accessible by the Current User (the O is filled in)
O Custom Location and Browse I clicked these...I chose Mac Harddrive and Users (because the folder all the garbage is in is called "/users/myname/Library/ApplicationSupport/Adobe/Elements"
Is this right?