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help installing photoshop elements demo


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I need some help. i downloaded it, and it goes to my desktop, then i click it, and stuffit does its thing, but after stuffit is done nothing happens, and if i click it again stuffit just does the same thing. how do i get to the program it install and use it? thanx
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do you get a .dmg, a little drive on your desktop? if so it should open into a finder window and the PS elements icon should be there. Simply click and drag the icon itself into your Applications Folder and eject the drive left on the desktop.
If you don't make sure that StuffIt expands your file where you want it to, sometimes it expands in a different location. Check the preferences in StuffIt to find out.
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no its not a hard drive, i know how to do those. its a file called "pse3_mac_ue.hqx"
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