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5 To confirm your changes, click Save. To go back to the main Your Account page without saving changes, click Return To Your Account. To change Stock Photos account payment information You can change your saved credit card information or add additional credit cards. Enter your credit card number without spaces or dashes. You can give each credit card a nickname to keep track of which card you’re using. 1 Click the Your Account button . 2 Log into your account. 3 In the Your Account page, click Edit Your Payment Information. 4 Do any of the following: To change the nickname of the default credit card, type a new name in the Payment Nickname text box. To change the default credit card number, type the new number in the Credit Card Number text box, and then choose the expiration date for the new card from the month and year menus. To add a new card to your account, click Add New Payment Method, and then type a nickname and the card number. Enter the expiration date. To delete a payment method, click Delete under the payment nickname. 5 To confirm your changes, click Save. To go back to the main Your Account page without saving changes, click Return To Your Account. To download previously purchased images from Stock Photos To download previously purchased images, you need to have a Stock Photos Account. You can download images onto a different computer than the one you used to purchase the photos originally (see the license agreement for information about restrictions). 1 Click the Your Account button . 2 In the Your Account page, click View Order History. 3 In the Your Order History page, click the order number (highlighted in blue) of the photo you want to download again. 4 In the Order Detail page, click the arrow under Download. The photo is downloaded. By default, purchased images are located at My Documents/AdobeStockPhotos/Purchased Images (Windows) or Documents/Adobe- StockPhotos/Purchased Images (Mac OS).
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 64 To set Adobe Stock Photos preferences 1 In Adobe Bridge, choose Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Bridge > Preferences (Mac OS). 2 Select Adobe Stock Photos from the list on the left. 3 Set any of the following preferences, and then click OK: Thumbnails Per Search Group To set how many thumbnail images are displayed in a search group, choose an option from the Thumbnails Per Search Group menu. Search language To search using a different language, select the language from the Search Language menu. Note that you get the best results from most providers if you search in English. This setting doesn’t affect the interface display language. Destination folder for downloads To select a new default folder in which to store photos, downloaded comps, and purchased photos, click Change Location. Click Reset to restore the default location.
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