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    Newest and best???

    Hey friends,

    I'm considering Adobe's "Creative Suite 4: Design Premium - WIN" package for my school. Are these programs the latest and best offerings in the line? For example, is "Adobe Photoshop® CS4 Extended" the latest and best edition of PhotoShop available right now?

    Thanks for your input!

    j
    The Code makes the sword worth carrying.

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    yes it is...it is the latest. Best is a matter of interpretation. I am still getting by with cs3 and still use version 6 sometimes.

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    Noo doot aboot it, eh?
    Like 3D said, I still use Flash 8 to code and that is two versions old. CS4 will have more features but are they necessary to teach? Then again, Adobe stopped selling previous versions . . .
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    Sorry,
    I don't have so much idea on this matter.
    But i suggest you please take help of any experienced person or any good site.
    best of luck

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    I think it's best to get the latest versions if the opportunity is there. CS4 has features that older versions don't have. It's only logical that new features will expand and become more important to the program. So learning the new features as quick as possible makes it easier to adapt to new versions of the program. It's like a learning circle that never ends.

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