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HELP...Digital Photo Professional won't "transfer to Photoshop"

david soderman , Apr 02, 2006; 02:01 p.m.

Hi there... I just downloaded Digital Photo Professional and started trying it out. The first thing I notice is that the "transfer to Photoshop" feature doesn't work. I will open up CS, but nothing happens. CS will stay open, but no image appears. Does anyone have a solution? Thanks in advance! -vid-

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James McHale , Apr 02, 2006; 02:29 p.m.

you may have to look in the settings and tell it where photoshop is on your computer, i.e. c:program files\adobe\photoshop

Hugh Croft , Apr 03, 2006; 01:54 a.m.

It just doesn't work.... : (

Bill Fouche , Apr 03, 2006; 12:09 p.m.

Try this: Assuming you are using the current versino of DPP (2.1x), click the button on the far right ("batch process"). A settings menu will come up. The bottom choice is "image transfer settings," and just below that, is "open image using software..." followed by a "Browse" button. Click the browse button, choose Adobe folder, then Photoshop within that. THat should do it.

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