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[filmscanners] Re: PS Elements 2.0 & upgrading to Photoshop CS

on 11/12/03 9:51 PM, Ellis Vener at ellis@ellisvener.com wrote:

> On Wednesday, November 12, 2003, at 11:05  PM, KARL SCHULMEISTERS wrote:
>> The nice thing about Elements, is that it allows you to upgrade to
>> full PS
>> for a discount.
> Having worked with Photoshop Cs for about a week I am pretty impressed
> and certainly think it is worth having if you are a serious
> photographer.  But what you said is simply not currently accurate.
> According to the Adobe website:
> "Adobe Photoshop CS Upgrade
> To install 
> upgrade successfully, you will need  a licensed version of Photoshop
> 7.0 or earlier on the same platform  as this purchase.
> NOTE: Upgrade 
> does not apply to Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Album, Photoshop
> Limited Edition, or PhotoDeluxe licensed users."
> Take care,
> Ellis Vener
> Atlanta, GA
> "I believe in equality for everyone, except reporters and
> photographers." - Mahatma Gandhi
One other concern I have about Elements is whether it supports the use of
Profiling software, which I am now considering purchasing.


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