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Old 01-14-2013, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Free photoshop CS2

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Adobe is giving away the whole CS2 suite.

Its not the newest version but it will do 95%.

Adobe - CS2 Downloads
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nice find, got a few friends who've been looking for the creative Suite, and the Acrobat Pro 8 is always nice to have as well (I'm provided the latest suite through work, but CS2 would do 99.9% of what I do on a daily basis).
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice find, got a few friends who've been looking for the creative Suite, and the Acrobat Pro 8 is always nice to have as well (I'm provided the latest suite through work, but CS2 would do 99.9% of what I do on a daily basis).
Hey David. Any progress on the Mustang?
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I still use an old version of Paint Shop Pro. That's pretty embarrassing but I've been able to do everything I need to do. How does CS2 compare to regular Photoshop?
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I still use an old version of Paint Shop Pro. That's pretty embarrassing but I've been able to do everything I need to do. How does CS2 compare to regular Photoshop?
Nothing wrong with that. I used Paint Shop Pro for quite a while before I switched to GIMP.

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Old 01-15-2013, 03:39 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I still use an old version of Paint Shop Pro. That's pretty embarrassing but I've been able to do everything I need to do. How does CS2 compare to regular Photoshop?
CS2 is regular photoshop just an older version.
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CS2 is regular photoshop just an older version.
Thanks a lot for the link. I've been wanting to try Photoshop for a while but I don't use it enough to pay a premium for it. Free is very nice.
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does the free version work with Win 7 ?
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I use Gimp, which is free. Current version is 2.6.
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does the free version work with Win 7 ?
I didnt have any problems installing it. Have to run as administrator i think.

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right click and choose "run as administrator"
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I didnt have any problems installing it. Have to run as administrator i think.

Download file
right click and choose "run as administrator"
Thanks, I'll give it a try.
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Alright, I'm a dork wad (at least according to my grown children who still think at this point they know everything...lol), Am I supposed to down load all the files listed under the first win column?
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Alright, I'm a dork wad (at least according to my grown children who still think at this point they know everything...lol), Am I supposed to down load all the files listed under the first win column?
The top links are the whole cs2 suite, then the following links are the individual programs.

If all you want is photoshop, then just download the photoshop win file.
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The top links are the whole cs2 suite, then the following links are the individual programs.

If all you want is photoshop, then just download the photoshop win file.
Thank you, I appreciate the info!
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