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How can I make the 32bit version of photoshop open by default?

As it is now, if I open anything that is a photoshop document, the 64bit version opens instead. I have a bunch of 32bit filters and plug ins which do not work in the 64bit version. It takes up a lot of time to close, then reopen 32bit.

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What is the OS you're running? CS3? CS4? –  r0ca Feb 27 '10 at 17:57
    
Take a quick look: forums.adobe.com/thread/373427 –  r0ca Feb 27 '10 at 17:59
    
Windows 7 64bit Ultimate. CS4. –  Alex Feb 27 '10 at 23:56
    
reinstall it,it ask for an option to default 32 bit or 64 bit! by the way,64 bit works better than 32bit! –  SSAURABHH Jun 30 at 14:36

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For the double-click opening, adjust your Explorer file associations under Tools --> Folder Options --> File Types. Pick out the PSD file type and then choose "Change" to assign a new file handler.

Photoshop 32-bit is located at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe PhotoshopCS4\Photoshop.exe

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