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Old 06-25-2008, 07:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Review: The Photoshop CS2 Help Desk

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I know the book states CS2, and since the only version of Photoshop that I own is CS3, I was a little leery of buying a book that was written specifically for another version of this software. Was I going to end up with a book that made no sense to me? After all, I am a newbie to Photoshop and everything he is talking about may have been changed in the newer version. Well, I 'm here to tell you â??noâ??, that is not the case at all. This book isnâ??t just for CS2 users. It goes great with CS3, too.



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