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Postby dj » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:10 am

i have used adobe elements 7,both photo and video software,i thought this was very good software until,i tried corel products,in adobe unless you surscribe to a yearly fee,you can not enjoy all software features(backgrounds,frames,borders,video/dvd menu options etc-etc-etc)in my corel software there is about 105 included features,that i would have had to pay a yearly fee to adobe in order to have everything that is included in my corel software.
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Postby Ron P. » Sat Jan 02, 2010 11:28 am

Very good arguments for Corel and against Adobe. It's also another testament that Adobe has limited itself to those that have a lot of extra $$$ money laying around.

I've moved this to a more appropriate forum, since it is not a help request, but rather more of a general discussion..;)
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