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## Photoshop CC 2015

Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud is a subscription service that lets users edit and create high-quality images.

Here are the steps you must take if you want to convert an image file in Photoshop Elements to a format that will be compatible with Photoshop CS6.

Step 1

Open Photoshop Elements. Go to File ▸ Open (on Windows) or File ▸ Open (Mac OS X) and select the image file to edit. Double-click the image to open it in the Elements Editor.

Your image file is displayed in the bottom section.

Step 2

Go to File ▸ Open and click on the Options button.

The Open Options dialog box will appear.

Step 3

Open the Options dialog box and click on the File Type button. The File Type dialog box will open.

Step 4

Click on the drop-down list to select the file format of the file that you want to convert.

Select the Save as type as: drop-down list and choose the new file format that you want to save the file in.

Step 5

Click on the Save button.

The Save File As dialog box will open.

Step 6

In the File Name text box, type the name of your new file.

Your new file is now displayed.

Step 7

Click on the Save button to save your new file.

Your new image file is now displayed in the Elements Editor.

Step 8

If you want to save your new file in a different folder, click on the Options button in the bottom section of the Elements Editor.

Click on the Go to Folder button to display the Open Folder dialog box.

In the Choose a Folder text box, type the new folder name that you want to save your new file in.

You can also create a new folder by clicking on the New Folder button.

A folder will be created in the new folder that you selected.

Your new folder is now displayed.

Step 9

Click on the Save button to save your new file.

Step 10

You can save your new image file in a different folder by clicking on the Save button in the Elements Editor.

A new file will be displayed in the Elements Editor.

Step 11

If you want to extract the images from a file, go to File ▸ Extract ▸ Save
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## Photoshop CC 2015 For Windows

Q:

Verification of Arguments of Proof about Bolzano’s Weierstrass Thoerem

Theorem
Let $f \in C^0[0,1]$, $f(0) = 0$ and $f$ is either increasing or decreasing on $(0,1)$. Then $f(x) > 0$ on $(0,1)$ or $f(x) < 0$ on $(0,1)$.
Proof
I am trying to verify the arguements for the proof.
Lemma 1.
If $f(0) = 0$ and $f$ is increasing on $(0,1)$ then there exists $0 < x < 1$ s.t. $f(x) = 0$.
Proof.
Let $a = min(f(x) | x \in [0,1])$ and $b = max(f(x) | x \in [0,1])$.
Then $f(0) = 0$ implies $a \geq 0$ and $f(1) = b$ implies $b \leq 0$.
Note that $f$ must be positive on $(0,1)$ because of the hypotheses.
So $f$ is either nonnegative or nonpositive. If $f$ is nonnegative then
$$0 = \int_0^1 f(x) = f(0) + \int_0^1 f(x) \implies \int_0^1 f(x) = 0$$
which contradicts $a \geq 0$ and $b \leq 0$.
If $f$ is nonpositive then
$$0 = \int_0^1 f(x) = -f(0) + \int_0^1 f(x) \implies -f(0) \leq 0 \implies f(0) \geq 0$$
contradicting $a \geq 0$ and $b \leq 0$ again.
Lemma 2.
If $f(0) = 0$ and $f$ is decreasing on $(0,1)$ then there exists $0 < x < 1$ s.t. $f(x) = 0$.
Proof.
If $f(0) = 0$ then the argument from the previous lemma works.

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## System Requirements For Photoshop CC 2015:

Windows 7/8/8.1/10
Pentium® 3 500 MHz or better
4 GB RAM (Memory)
80 MB (Graphics Memory)
1024×768 Display Resolution
2 GB free hard disk space
Recommended Requirements:
Pentium® 4 3 GHz or better
8 GB RAM (Memory)
4 GB Graphics Memory
1920×1080 Display Resolution
Features:
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