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Does anyone know if you can upgrade Adobe CS educational version to CS2 or CS2 educational version?

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Yes, you should be able to get the upgrade for the older version.

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Well, not too sure but I had CS Premium (Ed) right before the switch and then got free upgrade to CS2 Premium (Non Ed).

I clean installed OS yesterday and had to wait on Support to give me a stupid code to unlock my CS2 AGAIN. I asked do I have to do that everytime and they said yes. That's the only drawback. I will probably just copy downloaded folders + contents to a disc so then I don't have to go through the reactivation process next time. Waiting on hold for 30 minutes today is rediculous.

So anyways, back on track...you should be able to buy CS2 and install no problem.
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Yes, you should be able to get the upgrade for the older version.
Do you know who sells the upgrade cheap?

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Well, not too sure but I had CS Premium (Ed) right before the switch and then got free upgrade to CS2 Premium (Non Ed).
Before what switch? How did you manage to get it free??? Now your talking my price range!

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Before what switch? How did you manage to get it free??? Now your talking my price range!
Well I bought CS and then within the month they released CS2, which entitled me to a free upgrade to latest version. :black:
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Do you know who sells the upgrade cheap?
Depends on if you want Ed or non-Ed.

www.sprysoft.com is where I bought CS. Ed version is $378 I think. This is not upgrade version so no special key needed.
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