|In the older versions, I think there is a problem. However, in the newer versions, like [email protected], when you open the file as a RAW image, that is the place to change your exposure (it is like change your levels, but without affecting the quality of the image as much as if you do it as a jpg), sharpness (in the detail menu), your contrast (in the curve menu), the tint (in the calibrate menu) and finally back to the first menu to adjust the saturation. Then hold down the alt key while you click on open.
Now you can make the other changes in Vandana's list.
My teacher was one of the people involved in the design of Photoshop -- but he has now joined Microsoft because they offer more money :)
YOu can find out more about him here: http://www.timgrey.com/
There is one other major difference in what he taught but that would be easier to explain over the telephone while you and I both have our computers on so we're looking at the same screen :)
John's mill ..Vandana's PS Cs2 style (82) *