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Old Apr 27, 2005, 7:34 PM   #1
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Hello all,

I've decided that it's time to buy a photo editor that is capable of more than what the freeware versions can do. I'm hoping that someone can help with a few suggestions.

It seems that most boxed software packages do not come with a printed manual. Are there any photo editors that can be purchased for $100 or less that comes with a printed manual?

It seems that one can purchase software from Adobe (Photoshop Elements), Microsoft (Digital Image Suite 10), and Ulead (Photoimpact) for under $100. Are any of these capable of letting the user take out certain parts of an image, such as removing the backround from behind a subject? I would like to create new images by using certain parts from other images.

Lastly, if anyone wants to provide an opinion of any of the more common editors that can be purchased at $100 or less - I'm all ears (eyes, really....).

thanks,

PhilR.
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