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Photoshop Elements Editor Error Message (Code = 0x20030055) PLEASE HELP!

New Here ,
Sep 06, 2021 Sep 06, 2021

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Hello All,

 

Im not a normal visitor to this board, but this is about the only thing I can think of to do in attempt to get started to recover my files.

 

I am using Adobe Photoshop Elements Editor 8.0 

 

I recently uninstalled my Photoshop 2.0 (Yes, 2.0)

 

I received the error message the first time I tried to open a file. 

 

I also got a message about a folder not being able to be reached.

 

My suspician is that I accidentally got rid of a folder when I uninstalled the old Photoshop

 

The entire message reads:

 

Photoshop Elements Editor

 

Error Opening the Portable Document File (PDF) document. Error Code = 0x20030055

 

SOMEONE PLEASE HELP!

 

Other pieces of information.

 

I have noticed I am still able to open my JPEG files of the same photo, but not the .pdf

 

Also I have attached some photos that show a warning sign on the bottom of the save box, something I believe is related to the issue. (That sign went away after I saved the first time, I feel like there is a way to fix this and it could be a folder issue.)

 

Again, I hope someone is around to help, THANK YOU in advance to anyone who can help me out. 

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Anyone know if there is a way to edit my post?

 

As I am rereading it I can see where it can sound a little confusing about what is going on.....

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 07, 2021 Sep 07, 2021

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I am not sure if a new user with few posts may edit his posts. The normal way is to click on the '... Plus' option of the button bar on the bottom of your post; you get the option to modify your post. Anyway it's not a big deal and you can modify in a new answer as you have done.

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  • Thank you for your responses. Unfortunately I've checked out that thread already that's the end already and was considering planning a post for that message board as well if I couldn't find my answer here

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