Educational Software Thread, Graphics Software in Technical; I currently teach (secondary) photo editing using PaintShop Pro Ver 7 which is a bit old. I am thinking of ...
27th November 2005, 05:33 PM #1
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I currently teach (secondary) photo editing using PaintShop Pro Ver 7 which is a bit old. I am thinking of changing to Adobe Photoshop Elements - the home version. I wonder if anyone knows if there are any problems running it on a network.
I could upgrade to the latest version of PSP but I think most children are more likely to use Elements at home now.
Any other suggestions.
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27th November 2005, 07:58 PM #2
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One thing to watch out for are huge PSD files. In my old school, pupils would scan images from within Adobe Photoshop Elements nd then save them as PSD files rather than JPGs
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