Elements 10: Problems with custom greeting card sizes

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I used to be able to create and print my own cards in Photoshop 6, now with Elements 10 my choices are 5x7 folding cards and now 4x8. I used to do a 4x6 format, both landscape and portrait and print to place on my own cardstock. I can no longer do that satisfactorily. Only through jumping all kinds of hoops, wasting time and photo paper can I now do this. Forcing clients to use Kodak and now Shutterfly's formats is leaping backwards for some of us. Could you please do an update which allows us the option of one page 4x6 or 5x7. I paid for more and got less!!!
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I also.  am having the same problem with Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 .  I used Adobe Shop Elements 5 to make all our greeting cards.  However, I cannot do that now as I had to get a new computer with Windows 10.  My only options are predesigned 5x7 cards and will not let me go to the inside.  On 5, I used the album page option, inserted one horizontal or vertical own picture , turned and moved it, then Parker designed on the back rotated, usually two or three pictures and text on the inside.  This needs to be redesigned and upgraded.  I love all the new borders, backgrounds and graphics available on the expert options
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I don't use greeting cards but I do have PSE10 (and many other later versions). Versions 10 through 2020 will work on Win-10 as 64 bit programs.  Install a later version to get that one to work its greeting cards maybe.  

Not to get you off of Adobe products, but there is an option in MS Publisher which makes greeting cards, inside and out in whatever folded format.  Publisher is easy and it's the same price as Elements.