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How do I unmerge a merged group in Photoshop CS3?

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Assuming this is possible, how do I do it?

Thanks,
John
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you can go back in history (ctrl+alt+Z) if the file hasnt been closed yet.
otherwise it impossible to undo those changes once you ve closed the file! sorry
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Thanks! :-(
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