Editing Lightrrom titles and making corrections is costing photographers too much time

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The are several issues wit the spell check and typing of text. These are costing use too much time and money. This is 2015 and now six. These issues need to be addressed.

The editor is the worst I have every seen and often turns off. This is very klunky. IT is more of a hinderance. There is no broad capability to search and replace.

The text is too small and we need to be able to resize the text size. People are getting older and this is ridiculous. Adobe was a part of the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative and has forgotten all that was learned. There is an aging population.

The text needs to be a fly out window so we can move it around. Pain in the butt to have to scroll. Must have ability to resize text!

There needs capability to export the image thumbnail and titles/description (and other meta data) to a word file for editing and then reimporting it. managing and correcting 100 images or an old catalog in Lightroom is time consuming and a pain in the butt. We don't need to be exporting to InDesign editing and then manually going back into Lightroom to make the corrections. This would help photographers and editors.

The concept is to touch data once and control access to edit. Lightroom doesn't need to be a time synch.
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