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February 07, 2006

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Flour Mill

They open in Picture Viewer and I can see them and do minor manipulations like rotate etc. I can move them to the desktop and all that jazz. What I can't do is open them in any other program, QuarkXpress orPhotoshop. I go to place the pic in those apps andwhen I get to the desktop to the folders that have the pics in them, I open the folder and nothing comes up, no indication that there is anything in the folder.

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Because I did desktop publishing I work on a Mac and have all the requisite DTP software: PS, QuarkXpress, Illustrator etc. I've been away for a few years so I haven't upgraded my system to OS X. My new digicam requires OS X to download my CD that came with it.

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I go to place the pic in those apps andwhen I get to the desktop to the folders that have the pics in them, I open the folder and nothing comes up, no indication that there is anything in the folder.

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Ah well your comment! I did you good!

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