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my peers use photoshop and save their work in layers.  I like to use other programs for a variety of reasons (especially price).  Is there any program or conversion on the market that would allow me to use their files with the seperation of the origional layers set up in photoshop 4 or 5.0?  (I don't want to save their work as jpeg or bmp's and just open them in another location)
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Use Photoshop LE. Its about $49 if you dont get it directly from Adobe.
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Or you could buy a $50 scanner and get it free  8o)
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