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Has anyone found a solution for choosing what version of PS CS4 will open when double clicking a PS linked file (aka PSD, TIFF, etc)?
It's really irritating me that I have to open the 32-bit version first just to make sure the files open in the correct version of the program.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Make sure, in
Control Panel > Default Programs > Set Associations, that each file format is correctly associated with the correct
.exe program file.
> It's really irritating me that I have to open the 32-bit version first just to make sure the files open in the correct version of the program.
That's just not right!

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