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I was wondering if anyone else has had, or heard of, this problem and knows what the deal is. I've been using Microsoft's Digital Imaging Pro 10 in preparation for a show next week. Yesterday I noticed a problem while attempting to reduce backlighting in a photo. While in the "exposure and lighting" editing screen I am able to make the needed changes but when I hit "done"-as in this is the way it should be-my picture reverts back to the original. Not good. Especially when, if I make any other changes using any of the other tools, there are no problems whatsoever. I'm running DIP10 on a Sharp ActiusRD10, using XP, with plenty of space and have absolutely no other problems, except those related to operator error. Any ideas? I'm in a bit of a panic b/c the pics are fabulous and only need minor changes to backlighting to make them sell for $100 rather than $10. Many thanks.