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I downloaded PS CS5; I'm curious about something.

How can I alter it so it has Mac windows controls (red, yellow, green) at the top ?

I bought a PS tutorial book to learn PS and in the book PS CS5 for Mac has the native window controls, but not mine.

I think i have PS CS5 Extended. Any help ? See attached for pic of how PS application bar looks :
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Hi UNDEREEM and welcome to the forum .. . .

I know what your trying to say but i would just get into the tutorials and enjoy playing with PS CS5 . . .
I have CS5 and mine is like yours. If you dont want it there once open click on another App or the desktop and it disappears . . . . If you want to quit it goto menu bar>Photoshop >Quit or just press cmd~Q . . . . .
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Try this,
Go under the "Window" menu, and near the bottom turn on "Application Frame"

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Where's a good place to get tutorials? I just got CS5 too.
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