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Photoshop 101
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PLEASE NOTE this class was recorded using an older version: Photoshop 7. As of today I have no plans to upgrade it any time soon. If you're still using PS7 these lessons will work great for you. If not, you will find the interface has changed. If you're interested in updated PS lessons, contact me and let me know. If enough people ask, I'll make new ones. Photoshop used to be one of my biggest sellers, but sales dropped off after a few years, which is why I stopped updating them.

This is the perfect class for anyone who knows nothing about Photoshop, or has used Photoshop for a little while, but needs to learn how to do more. We will take you from knowing nothing to editing your photos and images in about an hour. Getting started, Opening Images, Creating New Images, Editing Images, Text & Layers, Editing Small Details

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Stan Anderson 
5 years ago
I purchased 2 sets of lessons in 2015 - all went well. I recently purchased a new computer with windows 7. The person who sold it to me was supposed to transfer all of my software programs onto it - but did not for 599cd. I am not computer savvy but was able to install the 599cd Course manager and from that installed Photo Shop 101, 102 and 103. When I click on run a video screen appears but nothin happens. Help!! Read More...
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Jerry Fordyce 
6 years ago
Photoshop is a secondary or so interest to me here a decade since it's initial production.  Digital Photography is where my financial and day to day interest is greater.  As a cyclist I wear a miniature camcorder on my helmet having been the victim of a hit and run by  a truck. Ducks don't worry me.  Thanks, Jerry
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9 years ago
What and how is the right plug-in that is required to get a photoshop 101 copy up on my screen?

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It should work with all versions of Windows Media Player. If not, try switching to the FLASH player in the Theater (option in the bottom left of the screen). Read More...
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¬†jacqueline j 
9 years ago
if you don't have adobe photoshop on your computer what  do you do and h ow can you get it

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You would have to purchase it from your favorite software store, online shop, etc. Read More...
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9 years ago
for your classes to you have a step by step way for me to learn how do do the photo shop i want to learn how to but more pictures together so i can make group pictures can and will you help me please
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