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Anyone know how to run Photoshop CS2 and CS3 on the same machine? I don't need them to run at the same time, but I installed CS3 and cannot launch CS2.

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BTW, the reason is that I have an important plug-in that is not supported in CS3.
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I see no reason why you couldn't do that.

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I've got one off the really older versions.. 6 or 7 maybe.... and cs3 on the same machine...but that is on my windows system. I presume this is OSx...?

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Install CS2 first to a specified folder, then install CS3 afterwards in a completely different folder.

I don't see why that can't work.
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