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1. Are you aware of the 'how to' or 'recipes' palette within Elements?
2. Have you ever used Elements' recipes?
No - but I have read them all when I got my copy of Elements
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If 'no' to question 2:
2e. Please explain why you haven't used recipes.
I like to do things myself.
2f. Is there anything Adobe could do (content or UI) that would make you
want to use recipes?
3. Are you aware of the 'info' palette, located by choosing 'Window -> Info'
in the menus? (FYI: This palette shows the X and Y coordinates, as well as
the RGB values, for a given point or selection.)
4. Have you ever used the info palette?
4a. Please explain some examples of how and when you used the palette. What
kinds of things are you doing or creating? When is the info palette useful?
When using the cropping tool I can crop to exact size using this tool.
4b. What did you like about using the info palette?
It is useful for the way I work.
4c. what did you dislike about using the info palette?
Can't copy the colour values to a clip board with one click.
If 'no' to question 4:
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5. Are you aware of the 'navigator' palette, located by choosing 'Window ->
Navigator' in the menus? (FYI: The navigator palette displays a thumbnail of
an image that is too large to view in a window. You can use the window
scroll bar or the hand tool to pan over an image to see hidden areas.)
Yes and I use it on occasion.
6. Have you ever used the navigator palette?
If 'yes' to question 6:
6a. Please explain some examples of how and when you used the palette.
Speeds up locating and resizing sections of the image.
6b. What did you like about using the navigator palette?
It is fast if you have lots to do.
6c. What did you dislike about using the navigator palette?
I had to look for it as it is not one click away.