Good afternoon,

I just downloaded GimpShop this afternoon and I am finding it very confusing, 
of course, as there is so much to it.  One of the things that confuses me is 
that I don’t know if I have the right version for my computer.  I ran across 
something on your website that says make sure you have the right version.  I 
have Windows 7.  How can I find out if I have the right version or not?  I have 
already “ghosted” a photograph so I am wondering if that means I do have the 
right version?

When I click on the Help button, I get a message saying GNU Image Manipulation 
Program Plug-In has stopped working.  It searches for a solution and then tells 
me the Plug-In crashed.  I have tried it several times and keep getting the 
same message.

I use photos from My Pictures as stationery in Thunderbird.  Sometimes they 
have too many very dark and very light colors in them to be used for a one 
color font, of course, so I like to ghost them.  GimpShop changes them from 
jpeg I think and then Thunderbird can’t recognize.  Is there any way to get 
them back into jpeg format so I can use them for stationery?

I thought you had a forum and thought I had joined it and it turned out to be a 
Gimp user list.  I am not sure what that is.  I was just looking for a place to 
ask questions like these.  I am not terribly computer literate so often don’t 
understand what I am being told to do by the instructions and don’t even know 
what a lot of the terms refer to.  I would appreciate any help if you can.

Thank  you,

Carol Higgins 
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