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Lightroom 3.2 (PS CC) how see Develop module

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Hi I'm following an Open University Course that uses Lightroom 4 for its tutorials.  The layout has a different page layout (eg shows all the modules from Library, Develop etc....).  I have a monthly sub to PS CC and the latest version is 3.2, which has a different layout.  I can't see the Navigation page that was on Lightroom 4 so can't follow the exercises set.  Any ideas very welcome!  Thanks

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The tutorial you are watching is about a different version of Lightroom, namely the version that is now called Lightroom Classic. You are using Lightroom (cloud), which is a new application with an entirely different layout.

 

By the way: those tutorials are very old. Lightroom Classic is now at version 9...

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Lightroom 3.2 (PS CC) how see Develop module

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Hi I'm following an Open University Course that uses Lightroom 4 for its tutorials.  The layout has a different page layout (eg shows all the modules from Library, Develop etc....).  I have a monthly sub to PS CC and the latest version is 3.2, which has a different layout.  I can't see the Navigation page that was on Lightroom 4 so can't follow the exercises set.  Any ideas very welcome!  Thanks

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The tutorial you are watching is about a different version of Lightroom, namely the version that is now called Lightroom Classic. You are using Lightroom (cloud), which is a new application with an entirely different layout.

 

By the way: those tutorials are very old. Lightroom Classic is now at version 9...

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The tutorial you are watching is about a different version of Lightroom, namely the version that is now called Lightroom Classic. You are using Lightroom (cloud), which is a new application with an entirely different layout.

 

By the way: those tutorials are very old. Lightroom Classic is now at version 9...

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Johan thank you so much!  You confirm what I found yesterday when I had not realised there was such a difference between the CC and the Classic Versions. I now have Classic 9.2. I only just started using Lightroom (always PS up till now) so there's a lot to learn. Do you know any sources of comparison between the two Lightroom versions so I can see what CC may be 'specialises' in or equally Classic?  Once again many thanks. 

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There is lots of info online. Here's one from Adobe (https://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom-classic/lightroom-cc-vs-lightroom-classic.html), or else just Google 'Lightroom Classic Lightroom difference'

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