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pulley
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« on: August 04, 2007, 08:33:26 PM »
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I finally have my Z2100 up and running. Looking to purchase some backlit film. Does anyone know of a good (reasonably priced) backlit film in 24" wide rolls?

Also, I design all of my work in Coreldraw. I am going to purchase photoshop elements 5.0, but I am also interested in Qimage because of its layout features. Does Qimage have most of the editing features as Elements or should I purchase both?
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« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2007, 12:11:36 AM »
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I finally have my Z2100 up and running. Looking to purchase some backlit film. Does anyone know of a good (reasonably priced) backlit film in 24" wide rolls?

Also, I design all of my work in Coreldraw. I am going to purchase photoshop elements 5.0, but I am also interested in Qimage because of its layout features. Does Qimage have most of the editing features as Elements or should I purchase both?
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Qimage is software for printing.  Its not in the same category as CorelDraw or Elements for pixel editing.
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Ron
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« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2007, 06:39:47 PM »
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Also, I design all of my work in Coreldraw. I am going to purchase photoshop elements 5.0, but I am also interested in Qimage because of its layout features. Does Qimage have most of the editing features as Elements or should I purchase both?
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As an aside there are demo versions of both.  You might want to try before you spend.
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