I hope this is the right forum for Photoshop questions.
I work for a company that creates Multimedia Computer-Based Training program for Bank employees. In September, a month before the new US $20 Bills were released, I created graphics using Photoshop 7.0, of the new bills. These are used in programs that talk about spotting counterfiet money, being able to recognize the value of a bill on first glance, knowing about the new security features contained in it, and so on.
We recently upgraded to Photoshop CS. I have read news stories that stated that there were some problems using images of the new $20 bills in Photoshop CS. Today is the first time I have had to access these graphics in Photoshop CS, and I am unable to copy and paste the master image of the bill that i have into other graphics. I box pops up stating that "This application does not support the unauthorized processing of banknote images." There is a button to click for more informaiton, but it is a dead link that leads to a Page Cannot Be Displayed screen.
So I guess I've got 2 questions, first off, is there a way to LEGALLY get Photoshop to allow me to modify these graphics, as it is hindering my job by not being able to use these graphics anymore. AND is there a way that i can see this rulesforuse.org website so i can get more information?