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I have a PowerBook G4 that I purchased from a friend of mine..it has Adobe CS2 and MicroSoft Office for MAC on it. Is there anyway at all to "Copy" that software to another MAC? I am just about ready to purchase a used PowerMac..and it has Tiger on it...and that is all.

Please help!?

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Whoah there!

First of all. What your friend did is illegal, leaving unlicensed software on the hard drive. If he meant LEGALLY for you to have them, he would have included the install disks with the sale.

Second you are asking for making another copy of illegal software.

It is against forum rules. Read them please.

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