So, I've been using Adobe Premiere Pro for months now, and all of a sudden, when I create a new text box, in my adjustments, my styles will not appear for some reason. Any reason for this?
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Looks like Premiere Elements about version 2018.
When odd things like that happen, two things to try are:
1. Reset the "preferences" with a press and hold of Alt+Control+Shift (Mac: Option+Command+Shift) immediately after Photoshop Elements begins launching. Click Yes to delete the Adobe Photoshop Elements settings file.
2. Deleting and reinstalling Premiere Elements.
I don't have Photoshop on my computer as well, only Premiere Pro. Also, if I was to delete my Adobe Premiere Pro program to re-install it, would it delete any projects I still have on my computer? If so, what could I do to prevent my projects from disappearing?
You keep mentioning Premiere Pro, but your screen shot is of Premiere Elements.
If you have Premiere Pro, you have opened the wrong application.
Sorry for the delayed response but first, you're correct, I meant Premiere Elements! Thank you for clarifying that, I'm an idiot. Also, tried uninstalling and re-installing it, and it still doesn't show the styles
Deleting and reinstalling an editing program such as Premiere Elements, Premiere Pro and Photoshop won't effect media or project files associated with the program.
(If you have Premiere Pro, you are not using it. You are using Premiere Elements.)