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    two years ago I had photoshop CS3 but I was not into the scroll saw work then. My son has just installed the latest version of photoshop for me and I would like to use it to make my own designs but this new version looks a lot different and I have forgotten a lot of what I learnt before. Does anyone know if there are any tutorials that would show me the basics. Many thanks.

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    I just bought and installed Photo shop CS5. There are lots of videos on the net.

    Learn Photoshop CS5 - Getting Started (GS): What is Photoshop CS5? | Adobe TV
    Rolf
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