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Newbie Question: I have a Tutorial from Paint shop Pro thats from PSP6

Newbie Question: I have a Tutorial from Paint shop Pro thats from PSP6

Newbie Question: I have a Tutorial from Paint shop Pro thats from PSP6

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Will any paint shop pro Tutorial still be good wit what I have PSP 8?

Thanks,
Binkyboy

RE: Newbie Question: I have a Tutorial from Paint shop Pro thats from PSP6

There might be some changes in the position of tools or menus the tutorial refers to, but it should still apply.



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RE: Newbie Question: I have a Tutorial from Paint shop Pro thats from PSP6

In newer versions you might encounter extra tool settings and the renaming of some commands and new positioning of items, but it should still work pretty well.

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