I bought Photoshop Elements because I do not want a subscription. Are you telling me that now I don't have a choice?

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I don't want to use Creative Cloud.  Nor do I want a subscription plan. Why would you change Elements and the way it works after people have purchased it.  I made a conscious decision to buy Elements and not a subscription plan!
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Wanda Williams

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Chris Cox

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Elements doesn't have a subscription plan.  Nor does your license change after you bought it.

Are you seeing a "days remaining in trial" screen on a previously licensed copy of Elements?
That just means that something corrupted the licensing information on your system and you need to re-enter your serial number.
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I tried the re-enter. I get back this serial numbers had already been registered . I was truly enjoying my photo shop but now I. Am going back to corel
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I opened my Elements 14 and it said that there was an update.  After the update it said that I have to use something called Revel to download my pictures from Creative Cloud.  I don't (or didn't) have my pictures stored in CC.
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You don't have to use Revel.  And your pictures are only stored in the Creative Cloud if you want them to be. I think you mean the warning that Revel was being shut down and IF you had pictures stored in Revel that you should use the Revel downloader to download all of them.

I'm still not sure where your original post is coming from....