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Adobe Software Bought - Regional Restrictions?


mmccready 10 57 Scotland
24 Feb 2009 6:12PM
Hi Folks,

Has anyone bought Adobe software in the USA? If so, did you have any problems installing and running it? I was thinking of buying Web Premium CS4 the next time I'm in the USA but I want to be sure that I won't have any issues once I get it back home to the UK. Any advice or experiences greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Michael

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MikeA e2
10 1.2k England
24 Feb 2009 7:19PM
After paying VAT and Import Duty probably not, but one can never be sure Smile
colin beeley e2
12 1.1k 10 England
24 Feb 2009 7:49PM
After paying VAT and Import Duty. (WHAT)
Rende e2
7 37 4 Netherlands
24 Feb 2009 8:09PM
I bought Creative Suite CS3 from a US company last year and installing and registering (and updating) went fine. Only when you want some backup or service ( I wanted to upgrade to CS4, which you can do for free within a certain timeframe) do you notice that Adobe really doesn't like Europeans to buy in the US; no cooperation whatsoever, but I saved about 1000 euros, so that's O.K. with me.
bedwell e2
8 45 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2009 8:23PM
just downloaded Paint.net very similer to Photoshop elements and free.

mike hawthorne
mmccready 10 57 Scotland
24 Feb 2009 9:54PM
Thanks Rende,

I think that more or less answers my question.

Cheers,

Michael

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