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I am running Adobe CS2 on my iBook. Hard disc space is getting a bit tight so I want to completely delete the CS2 applications GoLive, Version Cue and Bridge as I never use them.

If I delete these three applications, will it in any way effect Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign - the CS2 applications 'I do use' and want to keep?

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For anyone else who is curious - yes you can. All CS2 applications can be deleted by dragging the application's folder to the waste bin, then emptying - apart from Version Cue: you have to use the supplied uninstaller 'after' turning VC 'off' in System Preferences.

Deleting the three applications freed up over 600MB of HD space :-)
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