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PS 7.0 is a more advanced version; Elements is the "little brother". They run on the same engine and do many of the same things. Unfortunately, you did just get two applications designed for essentially the same purpose, with PS 7.0 being the more "professional" one that includes CMYK color options, which printers/publishers often require. Have you opened either or both yet? It's possible you could return one. There are people on this forum that use both, though, depending on what they want to accomplish. Have you ever used either one? (My guess is no.) What kinds of things do ...

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    PS 7.0 is a more advanced version; Elements is the "little brother". They run on the same engine and do many of the same things. Unfortunately, you did just get two applications designed for essentially the same purpose, with PS 7.0 being the more "professional" one that includes CMYK color options, which printers/publishers often require. Have you opened either or both yet? It's possible you could return one. There are people on this forum that use both, though, depending on what they want to accomplish. Have you ever used either one? (My guess is no.) What kinds of things do you want to be able to do?
    Beth Haney Guest

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    Photoshop 7 also has an action feature.


    "Beth Haney" <bhaneyspeakeasy.net> wrote in message
    news:1dea21b0.0WebX.la2eafNXanI...
    > PS 7.0 is a more advanced version; Elements is the "little brother". They
    run on the same engine and do many of the same things. Unfortunately, you
    did just get two applications designed for essentially the same purpose,
    with PS 7.0 being the more "professional" one that includes CMYK color
    options, which printers/publishers often require. Have you opened either or
    both yet? It's possible you could return one. There are people on this forum
    that use both, though, depending on what they want to accomplish. Have you
    ever used either one? (My guess is no.) What kinds of things do you want to
    be able to do?


    Cats 4ever Guest

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