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    Adobe Photo Elements 10

    Is Elements 10 capable of soft proofing?

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    Re: Adobe Photo Elements 10

    Quote Originally Posted by rosapearl View Post
    Is Elements 10 capable of soft proofing?
    Hi Jeannie. I don't have Elements 10 but when I post you question on the Web, this is what I get: http://simplephotoshop.com/elementsp...soft_proof.htm for Elements +. Other documentation indicates that Elements doesn't support Soft Proofing without an add-in of some kind but in many cases, the info is not version specific so I would say 'most likely not' without an add-in of some kind.
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    Re: Adobe Photo Elements 10

    Frank, I followed your link and it looks as if the add on is $12 and really expands Elements. One reason I originally went to Photoshop was for the soft proofing. If it turns out you can get that and a lot of other functions for the cost of Elements plus $12, I will be upset. Would be nice if a Elements user tries it and gives a report.

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    Re: Adobe Photo Elements 10

    I looked at this link from FrankMI. I have PSE 9 & the instructions bear no relation to my MAC version of PSE9 I have. When you Get to the Effects Pallette there is no 'Soft Proof'. I do have a Custom effect but it seems to add whatever the cuntom setting is rather than let me alter it. I need to experiment more with this Custom setting since double clicking on it as suggested does nothing.

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