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missing something in options window

missing something in options window

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I recently ordered the Photo-paint 9 official guide and got to chapter 3. When it states to open the options dialog box,,, I do this... But I am only showing 3 main root folders in here... (memory ,, ruler ,, and printing)... I can't seem to find anything in here to help me customize anything else... Has anyone else had this problem ??? Am I missing something or have I done something wrong ??  Thanks for your help

RE: missing something in options window

Did you click on the + next to Workspace?

RE: missing something in options window

The problem you are having may be due to a corrupted installation of your program onto you computer. You are doing the right steps to get to where you want to make your customizations and there should be more folders available. If you haven't reinstalled the program, I would suggest that you do so.

-First uninstall the program

-Use the uninstaller that loaded with the program

-Before reinstalling, be sure to close all other applications prior to installation.

-Also close programs that may be running in the background, such as a virus detection program etc...

Hopfuly this will have corrected your problem.

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