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A short while ago I posted the following notice on a listserv:

This one-hour eSeminar is designed to help you determine which product in the Photoshop Family is right for you.

Advanced Scrapbooking with Photoshop CS3
Tuesday, November 13th, 2007 11:00 AM – 12 NOON PT
Listen in as Linda Sattgast, Adobe’s Scrapbooking Expert, teaches some of the cool scrapbooking techniques that are only available with the professional version of Photoshop CS3. You’ll learn how to type on a path, how to create your own layer styles, how to use Actions to save time, and much more! You’ll also get inspiration from Linda’s scrapbook pages and see how she combines digital with traditional techniques.

A reader sent in the following question:

These sound good, but I just bought CS2 and now they have a new version? I guess I would need to update before the seminar would help me?

–GH, Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada



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2 responses to “Mail Bag

  1. Jan

    Hi GH,
    While Linda’s seminar will be something of an introduction to CS3, many of the techniques she will be demonstrating can also be accomplished using CS2.

    So sign up for the seminar on the Adobe website and join us! It will be informative and fun.

  2. Adobe announced the release of the CS3 line of products at the end of March (

    I am not familiar with the technical differences between Photoshop CS2 and CS3 to be able to answer your question. I suggest that you submit your question to the seminar instructor, Linda Sattgast, by selecting the “Click here to email me” link at the bottom of her web page:

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