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How to reset - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I actually posted here before several months ago and got a good solution but I can't remember it or find the old post. Someone here gave instructions on how to reset the entire Photoshop Elements program at the startup portion before the program loads (it was some combination like Shift+Alt or whatever). Does anyone know?...

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    I actually posted here before several months ago and got a good solution but I can't remember it or find the old post.

    Someone here gave instructions on how to reset the entire Photoshop Elements program at the startup portion before the program loads (it was some combination like Shift+Alt or whatever). Does anyone know?
    Brian S Oliver Guest

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    Brian

    Alt+Control+Shift at start up

    Grant


    Grant Dixon Guest

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    By reset, do you mean something like how to get the cursor off the last tool or brush used, and back to a neutral arrow?
    David A. Kahn Guest

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    No, David. The reset the first poster and Grant are referring to is a reset of the entire Preference folder for Elements if some of the functions become corrupted.

    Your question - getting the cursor off the last tool - is different. The only way to do that is to change to a different tool. There's another recent thread in which several of us admit to being "marquee parkers" - meaning that we generally go back to the Marquee tool. Others prefer the little hand. The rule of thumb is to pick another tool that won't do any damage if you click it accidentally. :)
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Others prefer the little hand

    now why did this make me start laughing...the little hand....i need rest i think

    Hi Beth ;)
    Jodi Frye Guest

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    control alt shift, hold down in the opening screen and keep it pressed.
    it also worked to redo my catalog which somehow ended up added in my internet temp files, and programs to the watched lists.
    charlesk Guest

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