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Photoshop cs5 extended Student and teachers Vs Retail ?

 
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Apr 01, 2011 10:50 |  #16

Thanks Kent. I'll give it a try. Hopefully they haven't gotten stricter with the newer versions.




  
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Apr 01, 2011 13:59 |  #17

If you purchase directly through Adobe, you get pretty close to the best available price and you can submit your educational eligibility request before you buy the software.

It only takes a day or so to process the eligibility request but if you're impatient you can download the full version of the software to use for thirty days. Adobe hands out all of its products for free, you just need to buy the license to continue using them for more than 30 days. I know that it's fun to have a new box on the shelf, but there's really no reason to get a disk copy of Adobe software. The license is the valuable part of the process.

(However, I was recently disappointed to find out that Premiere Elements can't be fully used during the 30 day trial. Evidently, there is third-party licensing involved with the codecs so Adobe puts a watermark on the rendered videos until you pay up.)


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Apr 01, 2011 16:16 |  #18

Just to clarify, at Academicsuperstore you also submit verification before you purchase. I scanned a copy of my son's latest report card to a special email address that is listed on their web site. About a day later they emailed back and told me my documentation was good and that I could now purchase the software.




  
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Apr 02, 2011 01:17 |  #19

Kent Clark wrote in post #12140039 (external link)
... About a day later they emailed back and told me my documentation was good and that I could now purchase the software.

Do you mean they emailed back and said that "he" could purchase the software? : )


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Jun 12, 2011 22:48 |  #20

what if you're a student...who want to use the software to earn some money?
can i still use the student version?




  
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Jun 13, 2011 02:30 |  #21

dingdong wrote in post #12583073 (external link)
what if you're a student...who want to use the software to earn some money?
can i still use the student version?

If you are in the US, yes you can. But different countries have different stipulations, so you have to check the "rules" for your particular country.


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Jun 13, 2011 02:39 |  #22

Thanks HughR


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Jun 13, 2011 06:47 |  #23

dingdong wrote in post #12583073 (external link)
what if you're a student...who want to use the software to earn some money?
can i still use the student version?

See the link in post #2.


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