Note

Here are 11 Photoshop Elements features you may not know about.

1. Fix Exposure

You can use Exposure Control points in Photoshop Elements to correct bad exposure, whether that bad exposure comes from a bad photo or a bad photo editing program. But before you can correct, you have to get the Exposure Control points, which are the small, colorful circles in the lower left corner of the editor.

To get the Exposure Control points, select the image in the program, right-click the image in the program window, and select Image > Adjustments > Exposure.

2. Add or Subtract a Border

To add a black border around your image, select Image > Image Boundaries > Add a Border.

5. Remove a Border

To remove a border, select Image > Image Boundaries > Remove a Border.

6. Sharpen an Image

You can increase the sharpness of an image by selecting Image > Image Boundaries > Sharpen.

7. Blur an Image

You can blur an image by selecting Image > Image Boundaries > Blur.

8. Create a Stretched Photo

You can stretch a photo to create images that are larger than their original size, like banner images. To do this, select Image > Image Boundaries > Stretch to Fit.

9. Create a Polaroid Effect

You can transform images by using the Polaroid Effects. To create a Polaroid photo, select Image > Polaroid Effects > Add Polaroid.

10. Rotate a Photo

You can rotate images by using the Rotate toolbar.

11. Flip an Image Horizontally

You can flip a photo horizontally by selecting Image > Flip > Horizontal.

Using the old version

You can use the Photoshop Elements program by selecting it from the list in the Start menu.

1. When installing, select the Use an existing program

2. Check the box for a legacy version of Photoshop Elements
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z \in B_{i,j}$such that$\eta(z) \le \eta(x)$. Now we assume that$\eta(x)$is a limit point and we will show that this implies that$f(z) \ge \eta(x)$whenever$z \in B_{i,j}$. Observe that we must have$\eta(x_i) \ge \eta(z)$whenever$z \in B_{i,j}$and$x_i$is a point in that ball. Otherwise, we would have$\rho(f(x_i),f(z)) \le \rho(f(x_i),f(x)) \le 2 \eta(x)$and thus$d(f(x_i),f(z)) \le 2 \eta(x)$which would contradict the definition of$\eta$-almost radial. Now we note that for every fixed$x_i$, we can extend$f$to a function on the ball$x \in B_{i,j}$by setting$f(x)=\lim_z f(z)$where$z$ranges over the set$B_{i,j} \cap \{x\}$. Now we obtain the contradiction $$2 \eta(x) = \rho(f(x),f(x_i)) = \lim_z \rho(f(z),f(x_i)) \le \lim_z \rho(f(z),f(z’)) \le 2 \eta(z’)$$ for$z’$ranging over$B_{i,j}$. We have essentially shown that$f(x) = \lim_z f(z)$for all$x \in G$. Now we see that the function$f$extends to a function$f’$on the whole of$Y$by setting$f'(y) =f(w(y))$where$w(y)$is any point in$G$that is closest to$y$. Clearly$f’$has the desired properties. $lemma:quasi\_isometric$ There is an onto quasi-isometric embedding$\iota: Y {\hookrightarrow}\R$and its inverse$\iota’\$ is

One Man’s Journey to the U.S.M.C. Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Inez (my wife) and I are going to our first day of U.S.M.C. in Washington, D.C. We have been to Arlington Cemetery in Northern Virginia several times before and we were amazed how so many vets were buried there. We went twice to the Nov. 11, 2001 memorial ceremony where the President gave his address and at least 500 of us from nearby area also went.

But on this visit we are going to the Headquarters Building where flags line the front of this building and on this building is an elevator and we are going to the same floor as the Flag Hangar at Arlington, just two blocks away. We have on our backs a big white U.S. flag and 2x4s of the same kind and we are going to stand by the entrance of the D.C. Headquarters building.

This is a free event, but it’s 6:00 a.m. so we aren’t dressed for the elements. We will not meet any of our fellow vets, we don’t know who these folks are. We will meet others who have the same type of interest and they may be more intimate about the idea.

There is a speech going to be given by Pete McCloskey, our Senator from California. We expect this will be a very poignant event because of his many votes in the Senate for care and benefits for all vets and that he rarely votes against anything that he can do something about.

We have already been let through security and I have pictures of that taken.

After the event we will go back to where we are staying and make sure we are awake in plenty of time so we can depart around 6:45 a.m.

But we are asking everyone who reads this and who attends, to keep us in their prayers and for God’s continual grace as we go. May He keep us safe and may He bless those who have served us all these years and may He help them when they need it.

And, may he bless our great and glorious nation. And may the United States Army and Marines continue to do what they do best; serve the nation.

A. J.

We’d like to welcome you to the United States Marine Corps.

## System Requirements:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.6 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 5600+
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 64 MB of video memory
DirectX: Version 9.0c