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I don't want to join a Photoshop list (yet), but I do have one question (so
I am doing the Barnes & Noble free Photoshop class and going through Adobe
Photoshop 6.0 Classroom in a book.
In examples from both sources, the Open dialog box has features such as
Format, Find, Show Preview...
Is this because the screenshots are of a Macintosh dialog? My dialog looks
like the standard Windows Open dialog.
Neither source specifies that the screenshot is from a Macintosh. I suppose
that is because it is obvious to everyone, but I am one of those users that
likes reassurance - the "yes, you've followed the steps correctly" kind of
In any case, the lessons have instructions that assume that is the Open
dialog box the user sees.
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