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How to open Photoshop CS3 files in PhotoShop 7

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Is there a plugin that will allow someone to open up CS3 photoshop files with Photoshop 7
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Currently there is no plug in for Photoshop 7 which can do this kind of file manipulation. The formatting between CS3 and Photoshop 7 and how the files are pieced together are different in nature.
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