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Chapter 2. Essential PhotoshopTips and T... > Upgrading to a New Version

Upgrading to a New Version

There are few things as inevitable as death, taxes, and upgrading your software. Some people upgrade as soon as the box hits the proverbial shelf; others take years, buying a new version only after their service bureau or printer refuses to take their old files anymore. Sooner or later, though, you'll be faced with new features, new challenges, and a new bottle of aspirin.

What's New in Version “CS”

Those of you familiar with Photoshop 6 or 7 will be pleased with most of the interface changes in Photoshop CS, though some might throw you off a little at first. Fortunately, Adobe has left Photoshop's color management features alone this time around. If you really understood Photoshop's Color Settings and Proof Setup dialog boxes in versions 6 or 7, then you're set with Photoshop CS. However, if you still have misgivings about Photoshop's somewhat mysterious color engine, we strongly urge you to take the time to work through Chapter 5, Color Settings. Without a thorough understanding of the Color Settings dialog box, you'll be lost before too long (and you may not even know how lost you are).


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