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DebK

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Once you placed a few embellishments on a page is there a way to turn them "off or on" to see if you like them?   Photoshop elements has a little "eye" that you can turn off or on.  Does MMS 7 have a similar feature?  Thanks so much for your help. 
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Ok, with a little further investigation I found my the answer. The viewing "off or on" button is on the layers panel. 
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Would you be able to be more specific on where you found that?  I can't seem to locate it.  Thanks!!
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Hi and welcome. The layers button is on the left hand side. You have photos, elements, backgrounds etc.
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When I am viewing Layers in My Memories software, the background layer is not visible. Every other element or text layer is there. Is there something that will release that layer for view? I am unable to tell which paper was added for the background layer, and my memory is just not that good. Lol.
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Hi. The layers button itself will not show the background paper but the page(s) you are viewing in the middle of the screen does have the background showing. If you need to know which paper or element you have used on a page, go to the album tab at the top left of your screen and then go to 'project supply list'. It will list out eveything you have used in that album per page.

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When I am viewing Layers in My Memories software, the background layer is not visible. Every other element or text layer is there. Is there something that will release that layer for view? I am unable to tell which paper was added for the background layer, and my memory is just not that good. Lol.

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Sugar - Thank you so much for that hint! I had no idea that button was there, along with the handy list![smile]
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