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How to save a Photoshop CS3 to open in Photoshop CS
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If you are saving as a PSD file, then there should not be too much of a problem.  What format are you saving in?  You can also use PDF and specify the version you wish to save as.  (i.e. 5, 6, 7, 8)
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I saw that I could save as a Photoshop 2 document in the drop down of the save as feature. So LZ1 is right. Also I saw I could save as a tif and open it in earlier versions.
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