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Old 02-17-2008, 10:05 PM   #9
Clayton
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I'm obviously biased, but you might take a look at Premiere Elements from Adobe.
Hope this isn't too far off topic...

I used Photoshop for years as a tech writer/advertiser. Now that I won't be needing any cmyk conversion capabilities, does Adobe have something that's pretty much like Photoshop but without cmyk conversion or other high-end press stuff? Would that be Elements??
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