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  1. Thanks Graham - much appreciated! I will go for the default but change the jpeg files to photoshop rather than the default of no change. Quite honestly I am not sure what checking off "no change" means in the end..maybe I should leave it at that??? I always heard that Photoshop is not particularly user friendly..and I am only trying to install it at this point. I can't wait to start using it Regards Lee
  2. Graham Thanks. I am trying to load Adobe Photoshop CS. I am not sure what Adobe Bridge is..but would appreciate any info. I guess I just want to make sure that even if I choose the default I can still load, open and save files in jpeg, tif and nef in the software installed. I have been using Nikon Editor since I bought the camera but am now switching to photoshop. Thanks Lee
  3. I was hoping to get some advice on installing photoshop. When I clicked to the "page" where they asked whether to open the different type of file formats in Photoshop vs Image Reader vs no change (and I am not sure what is meant by "no change") I wasn't sure for my purposes what is the best to check off for installing the software. I have a Nikon 5700 (as of now) and take photos in NEF, TIF and JPEG format. Should I choose photoshop, image reader or no change - or just go with the default settings. I can't seem to find anything in the manual on this so any help is much appreciated. There are these 3 options for all types of file formats as well but these are the only ones I am really familiar with right now. In fact I guess I do not understand the difference between photoshop and image reader. Thanks in advance!! Regards Lee
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