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Old 11-08-2007, 08:54 AM   #4
Cristen Gillespie
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Well, they seem to have solved the problem of the badly written manual. They just don't seem to provide a manual any more.

So it's now a case of using the online help or buying a book.
I didn't know they ever offered even a badly written manual. I can attest to the online forum help being useful a few years ago. They responded when I couldn't get something working right, and the rest only took about 2-3 months of trial and error to come up with something that basically works<G>

It's not been the most delightful program I've ever worked with without a manual to help out. But I can't say it's worth another $150 or so to buy a manual for it. Maybe if my job depended upon it and I couldn't settle for post-processing beyond the scan itself. I'm grateful I don't have to make the scan perfect--I tend to flat scan to allow room for PS to do what it does better.

   
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