Adobe Photoshop Album

New Here ,
Mar 11, 2021 Mar 11, 2021

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I got a new computer and my Adobe Photoshop Album did not move over to the new computer.  I had all my photos organized and now I cannot find the folders I created in Photoshop Album.  Have they completely disappeared or are they just hidden somewhere on the new computer?  Would they be on my old computer along with the software for the program?  Can I move the software from the old computer to the new computer?  I do have Lightroom on the new computer.  If I can find the old Photoshop Album files, can they be uploaded to Lightroom and if so will they still be organized in albums?  All the years of work and now it is all gone - so discouraged.

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Mar 12, 2021 Mar 12, 2021

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Mar 19, 2021 Mar 19, 2021

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Hi Jeff - I have Windows 10 on my computer and I have looked everywhere that I can think of to find the old Adobe Photoshop stuff.  The sad thing is, I think we threw out the software disk.  Sort of the baby with the bathwater.  My husband had a bunch of software disks and the kids looked through them and said they really weren't anything we needed to keep!!!  I have someone coming over to help me with some other computer stuff and he said that he would take a look for me.  Thanks for the suggestion.

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