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    Default Photoshop CS3 vs Photoshop CS3 extended

    Im relatively new at the photoshop thing... this may be a stupid question, but if I can get them for the same price, should I go with the extended version?... Im assuming it does all that CS3 does, and more, but maybe Im wrong... any input would be awesome

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    If it's the same price why not? Extra features aren't going to hurt.
    Though I would be careful buying CS3. They're up to CS6 now. Buying CS3 could make it hard (or impossible) to upgrade later.

    It all depends what you want to use it for.

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    Yeah, id go for a newer version as well...at least 4 or 5...3 is pretty out of date.

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    thanks doods... Ive always done things by hand (as far as my art is concerned)... computers scare me, but Im about to dive in... hope I can swim with you sharks...

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    The updated versions, most of the time, are better. And since it's just the same price, it would really be a wiser option.

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    Another consideration may be system requirements. If your computer can handle CS3 extended, then I would say go for it. Personally, I only add software that I know my machine is well over the system requirements. That way the software runs at a reliable pace.

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