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Old 05-16-2018, 01:06 PM   #23
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ann: And I did the whole lot on only two cups of coffee.
I'm impressed!!! I would have gone through at least 4-5 cups of coffee with all that...'-}}

I'm so glad that Photoshop et al appear to be working ok. I wonder if something like IrfanView would do the batch conversions for you--not sure if there is mac side version but I'll bet there is. The one problem I'd have with converting PSDs to TIFs is that I'd lose the layers although generally, while I always keep the PSD with layers I also usually flattened and saved to TIF (and sometimes high quality JPG) to have all the bases covered.

I would think that Office 2011 (oh gag...'-}}) is not too old. While on the Windows side, my sister still runs 2010. If you do decide to get a more current version, check ebay because that's where I've found the best prices on older versions of Office.

Steve knows the magic of docx files! Let's see if I can remember...I can't remember but! I did find the thread--and this time I've made a note of it in CintaNotes...'-}}

Steve says: If you want to peer at the entrails, just tack a .ZIP onto the end of the whatever.DOCX filename and you can open the thing up, easy as can be. Handy thing to know if you need to recover images and such; once you've opened up the ZIP, you can browse to the media folder and find/extract the original images. [Source: Dave deBronkart's thread, post #24]


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