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On Feb 27, 2005, at 9:45 AM, Dennis S. Wish, PE wrote:

I tried using Photoshop years ago and have an old copy, but to be honest, I found it rather intimidating
Don't feel like the lone ranger--I still find it intimidating. Photoshop really has everything, but I also use Canvas, which does a great deal, and which imports camera pictures has a lot of different save modes. Photoshop Elements is cheaper than Photoshop, but is aimed at photo enhancement. There are several Wintel graphic manipulation programs which you'll find on Version Tracker. A guy in my highschool class spent a lot of time bombarding a bunch of us with enormous JPEG files of classmates, adn I found him a couple on Version Tracker. Check <http://www.versiontracker.com/windows/cat/prepress> or <http://www.versiontracker.com/windows/cat/graphics>. The one I sent Sikes was Graphic Viewer I think, but you may want something a little fancier.

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