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I currently use Photoshop Elements 3. However I have a problem at the moment in that I cannot access the Adobe bit. Which in turn means I cannot access any of the pics I have downloaded recently.
If anybody knows how I can get back to the Adobe bit then I would be truly grateful. I even went to the extent of scrapping the program and re-loading it but it came back exactly as it was.
Thank you.

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What is Adobe bit?

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Extremely stupid(er) question - "What is Adobe bit?" :lol:


(bumping it up so you'll see it and help us help you!)

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egordon99 wrote in post #7989726external link
Extremely stupid(er) question - "What is Adobe bit?" :lol: (bumping it up so you'll see it and help us help you!)

Man, I am starting to feel stupid. The OP briefly described it, but I still don't know what it is, and have never heard of it.

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Probably Adobe Camera Raw.
When you try to open a RAW file doesn't ACR start up automatically?

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Did PSE3 even have ACR? I used PSE5 very briefly before switching over to CS3, and that version had ACR (4.x), but PSE3 is older so....(goes to check out Google)

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OK, it does appear that PSE3 did support ACR, but only 3.x, so any newer Canon bodies that require 4.x would not work...

Regardless, I doubt "Adobe bit" = ACR, but I could be wrong ;)

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egordon99 wrote in post #7991169external link
OK, it does appear that PSE3 did support ACR, but only 3.x, so any newer Canon bodies that require 4.x would not work...

Regardless, I doubt "Adobe bit" = ACR, but I could be wrong ;)

True. Adobe does not support ACR in previous versions of Photoshop once a new version has been released. For example, I use CS2 and I cannot open my 40D RAW files in it.

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