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    AT THE RISK OF SOUNDING LIKE THE NEWBIE THAT I AM , I HAVE TO ASK ... LATE LASTNIGHT I CLOSED DOWN TO GET SOME MUCH NEEDED REST ...... TODAY , NOW THAT MY EYES HAVE STOPED BLEEDING ,IM READY TO VIEW MY PROJECTS THAT I LABORED ON(FOR MORE HOURS THAN I CARE TO MENTION ) ONLY TO DISCOVER THAT I CANT LOCATE ANY OF THEM. I GAURANTEE THAT MOST OF THEM WERE MULTI- LAYERED FILES... AGAIN I APPOLOGIZE FOR ELEMENTRY QUSTION, BUT THIS PROGRAM IS VERY NEW TO ME... THANKS

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    Hey Same...welcome to the GDF. Are you on a Mac or PC?



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    • #3
      Try going to file > recent and opening them. If not, search the computer for .psd files.



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      • #4
        ^What Ryan said^
        If you're on a mac, searching .psd may not work.
        Search from the desktop using Command+F
        You do know the filenames right?
        If not, search for all files by date.

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        • #5
          Did you accidentally save the files as flattened?? I've done that before.. :-( [img]/emoticons/frusty.gif[/img]
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          • #6
            Hmm... I guess he found them.



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