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Hi all,

I have a bit of a problem with Adobe. I have downloaded a free 30 day trial but when I try to open it, it just asks me to choose an application. Does anyone have any clue which application this is? I've tried all the ones I see as logical!

Thanks so much for your help
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Well what trial are you trying to download? Do you mean you are still trying to install the program or you did all that and now just want to open the application?

The only thing I can think of is that maybe you downloaded the Windows version instead of the Mac one. You shouldn't have to choose an application to install a program. Does the file have .exe extension?
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Or does it have an .sit extension? Use the free Stuffit Expander.
If it's a .dmg and it wont open, you have other problems.

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