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my adobe ps is missing "save as Wavepoint .Obj

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i need this for school.. my classmates computers adobe has save as Obj but I don't ,. I am running adobe CS5.5  .. how do i get the OBJ option??
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Saving 3D object files can only be done with Adobe Photoshop Extended. Are you using the Extended version?
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how do i open an obj file in ps5.5
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i have the master collection, i thought it would be the same
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