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madza says

I have created photoshop CS4 psd. For my client, need Convert to psd CS2 .

Is there anything I can do to make this psd readable by photoshop CS2 ?

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madza says

? :)

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ThemeKioken says

Photoshop automatically asks for the compatibility when first saving. If you enabled this, the psd file will automatically be compatible until version 7

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madza says

Thanks for help :)

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Devilcantburn says

Ok it’s right Onuro, but photoshop 7 (by example) can’t open a CS4 file if this one used specification not include in version 7 of Photoshop.. 3D layers, videos, Dynamic Layers… etc….

Be sure your CS4 file don’t use specifical action to open in old versions…

@ Mazda : I have same problem with lot of client..

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