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TanyDi
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Hi everybody, I received today my new red paw :-) and i’m very happy Thank you very much for your support !!!! cos i really need it !!! In January i made big change – from interior designer i became graphic designer :-) I spent alot of hours learning photoshop ….i continue to do that yet cos the photoshop is like an ocean :-)

I need a help about this – how to save psd CS5 file as CS4 file ? I have CS5 and i’ve never had lower versions. Thank you in advance

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YD-LABS
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Congratulations.. :)

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TanyDi
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Thank you YD-LABS :-) Can you help me with my question about saving files ?

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RafaelOliveira
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Congratz man!

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TanyDi
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Rafael, thank you very much :-)

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buzzingart
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Congratulations!!!

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TanyDi
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Congratulations!!!

Thank you very much :-)

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DanRomero
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Congrats TanyDi. I have my new red paw today too, and it’s my birthday haha. :D Btw, seeking on google I found this: (About your question of compatibility)

“Make sure to turn on “Maximize compatibility” when the dialog box comes up for it (generally after you hit Save in the dialog box where you select in what directory to save the file). The file should then be usable not only in CS4 but in versions of Photoshop Elements predating CS5 ”

THEN …

“You will be able to edit the layered files from CS5 . Just save them as PSD .

The only problems might come from new blend modes or 3D layers, and you should get a warning if you encounter content that CS4 can’t read”

I hope I’ve helped, Greetings :)

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joiaco
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Congratulations on reaching the Big Red One! I am sure it won’t take you long to reach the next goal; your portfolio is getting more artistic and unique with every item.

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TanyDi
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Congrats TanyDi. I have my new red paw today too, and it’s my birthday haha. :D Btw, seeking on google I found this: (About your question of compatibility)

“Make sure to turn on “Maximize compatibility” when the dialog box comes up for it (generally after you hit Save in the dialog box where you select in what directory to save the file). The file should then be usable not only in CS4 but in versions of Photoshop Elements predating CS5 ”

THEN …

“You will be able to edit the layered files from CS5 . Just save them as PSD .

The only problems might come from new blend modes or 3D layers, and you should get a warning if you encounter content that CS4 can’t read”

I hope I’ve helped, Greetings :)

You’ve got double happy day :-) Lucky to reach the next level soon !!! Thank you very much for the answer of my question. I read similar info but i’ve done what they say already I ‘m not sure if this is enough cos i cant test it. A member here asked me if my CS5 PAT file can be opened with CS4 . What do you think about pattern files ? Maybe there are no problems but i’m not sure …...

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