Photoshop CS5: Do I need the Extended version to write files to a CD?

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Gentlemen:
My name is Frank Pabon. I currently am using Photoshop CS5 and needless to say I love it. Now I do not have the extended version and I am finding a problem in copying photos to CD to have them printed. I was informed by Dell that I need the Extended version to accomplish the task. Is it possible to obtain from you the Extended version of CS5. I am going to be 83 years old come April 17 and I love to work in Photoshop, and now I need your help. My records with you should show that I am a registered Photoshop user. Please advice.
Cordially,

Frank Pabon
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No, you don't need the Extended version of Photoshop for that.

Photoshop doesn't do anything with CDs, DVDs, or other user recordable media.
You copy your files to recordable media in the Operating System (OS), or in a specialized application for that purpose.
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Thanks for your help. Problem solved