yes, there is this particular book that is not bad, but very heavy-going with a lot of content.
this is the cs3 version:
the cs2 version looks alike, but is a blonde girl in front, i think. not sure which version you are using. but the library has the cs2 version, and i think the platform is almost similar so even if you are using cs3 you can start with that as a base.
not everything will be useful, just look at the stuff you think you'll need.
my advice is to refrain from touching the "auto" functions. these serve no purpose unless you are rushed for time, and will just lead you to letting the computer make the decision for you. cheers!
Well I borrowed the Photoshop CS2 for dummies book from a friend, my PS is CS3 though. Fart its thick siah. I guess I can't jump into using PS for my photography straightway until I am proficient in using it.
Will still have to stick to my current photo editor temporary, Arcsoft PhotoStudio 2000 is an 8 year old program, can never be as good as PS, but I've been using it for the past 5 years.