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  1. This is to print a4 leaflets which are very small runs and price sensitive so using 100g bond paper makes sense
  2. On printing Photos I understand and my choice is a gloss or matt paper from Fotospeed who supplied the ICC profile, when printing other odds on thin card or 100gsm bond paper there is a vast aray to choose from, help please
  3. on the above have followed instructions by using the link from publisher to photo to load the image but it seems to fail so started with loading the image straight into photo and guess wot, it worked is this because I started through publisher? Regards Ian
  4. very many thanks, should have looked at the screen first, I will in future
  5. Hi Am struggling to find a keyboard shortcut to change selection from ADD to SUBTRACT, I know I can change with the top line but while using a wacom tablet it would be much easier to use a couple of keys on the keyboard, Hope you can help me please. PS been with Serif for 40 years and never been disappointed Ian
  6. On the video it shows select adjustments then HSL, so far so good, the video shows the pop up HSL with 3 selectable dots on the top bar of this pop up, mine doesn't have it so you cannot use them, any help please?? Ian
  7. Can anyone help please, AffinityPhoto is very very slow to load, unlike all the other Serif progs, is there a secret switch ? any suggestions would be helpful, my system is 6 months old and has plenty of memory and ram. Many thanks Ian
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