General Chat Thread, Adobe student and Teacher edition software in General; Can anyone clear this up for me? I wanted a copy of CS6 to use in school, and the reseller ...
11th June 2012, 08:32 AM #1
Adobe student and Teacher edition software
Can anyone clear this up for me? I wanted a copy of CS6 to use in school, and the reseller I purchased it off has sent me Student and Teacher edition. They say it is ok to use in school. I'm not so sure it is, being that on the box it says it may only be used on your privately owned computer?
11th June 2012, 08:43 AM #2
Well only had a quick glance, but:
Originally Posted by sidewinder
Off their requirements page.
Adobe academic discounted software is available for students, teachers, staff, and institutions. You can purchase software for your personally owned computer or those owned by your school
But not sure how it works in terms of multiple users etc using single copy?
11th June 2012, 08:50 AM #3
Multiple users won't be an issue as it will just be on my PC and no-one else uses it
Also it is confusing because the site says "You can purchase software for your personally owned computer or those owned by your school" and then when you click to the next page it says for personal use only?
The other thing that irks me a little is that I may well want to buy a copy for myself in the not too distant future (for actual personal use) but I won't be able to for a year if I use this as it is limited to a single CS package per year
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