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Old 12-07-2011, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default I bought Photoshop CS5 Extended

Well, I just bought Photoshop CS5 Extended, even though CS6 will probably be out soon. I got the extended version for no good reason. Well, I assumed it would give me an animation interface for GIFs. Which I don't need because I have a special program just for that. And it turns out that the regular version added that anyway. But gosh, now I can do 3D stuff, which I never do. Not to mention that I don't even need the new features in the regular version, except that some of them are cool to look at. And my health is still so bad I can't do any focused or complex photo work anyway. But what the heck. Gotta keep current.

And to make life easier I signed up at Lynda.com to take a course about the new features. And also watched the one about new features in CS4, because I skipped that version. So now I'm all set. And if there is a major global catastrophe, and for some reason I need to adjust some photos to keep going, I'm ready.

   
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