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hey guys i recently downloaded a "try out" version of photoshop cs2 and am wishing to register it. however i cant click on the "register" link from the help menu at the top.

i was wondering how i go about registering the program so that i dont get only the 30 day free trial.

or after the 30 days will i be able to click on the "register" link?

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Yes you should be able to. But instead of pirating it. You should buy it right away if you plan on actually "registering" it.

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i havent pirated it. ive downloaded the "try out" version from adobe. and purchased it. yet i still cannot "register" it because the option is faded out

also you said that i "should be able to" do you mean after the 30 days or prior? i inly installed it yesterday and was thinking that this may have been the problem
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I doubt that the trial version is the same than the full retail one.
That means that you can't just simply buy a registration, like you would with a shareware, but have to actually buy and install the full retail version.
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I doubt that the trial version is the same than the full retail one.
That means that you can't just simply buy a registration, like you would with a shareware, but have to actually buy and install the full retail version.
No actually, if he did purchase it and has the code it should work fine. Adobe has great customer service for people who buy their products, give them a call.
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yeah i gave them a call and got it all sorted. paid, done, installed, works beautiful
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Its a fun program, well worth it.
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