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#1 Edited by Kidavenger (3548 posts) -

This is an older version (XP era) but it's free and a good place to start if you want to learn and don't have access to cheap education editions.

Bravo to Adobe for doing this.

MOD EDIT: Technically, in legal terms it isn't actually free. Sorry.

#2 Posted by MooseyMcMan (11003 posts) -

Nifty. This might be the version I used to use in high school ('twas on the computers there), and if so, then that's rad, because I might remember how to use it.

#3 Posted by phrosnite (3518 posts) -

Nice :D

#4 Posted by leejunfan83 (966 posts) -

Yep I copped Premiere free too

#5 Edited by maxB (314 posts) -

I believe you can download the entire CS2 creative suite for free, might be wrong. Either way pretty awesome of adobe.

#6 Posted by Chaser324 (6532 posts) -

There's been a lot of people talking about this over the past few days, but Adobe CS2 applications are in fact NOT FREE. Per Adobe:

You are only legally entitled to download and install with that serial number if you have a valid license to the product!

Sorry, duders.

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