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the difference is that I would consider PaintShop Pro as a
"semi-professional" tool, and Photoshop as a "Professional" tool ... kind
of the comparision between a Black&Decker power hammer drill you buy on QVC
and a Hilti power hammer drill...
Also, fluency of PaintShop Pro brings nothing really on your resume;
fluency of Photoshop increases your market value.
On the downside, Photoshop has the longer learning phase. In any case, it
helps when you know what you are doing.
Hope, this can help.
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