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Default Runtime access to AdobePhotoshop 7.0., with VB.Net

Hi All,
 I need some favour from u.In my application i have to implement runtime access to AdobePhotoshop 7.0.,
I will explain requirement here.
For example;if we open a image in my application,in adobe photoshop it should be automatically opened in adobe photoshop and any changes made on selected image in application should reflect in the image (opened in adobe photoshop).
Pls give ur ideas on this issue how can we implement this functionality in vb.net2003

Thanks&Regards
Samatha.





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