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I currently have RapidWeaver on my Imac, I just purchased an MBP that i will be receiving next week.

I am not replacing my Imac I will just be using both but the MBP is for School and travel.

My question is will I have to buy RapidWeaver again? or can I download on a second machine? Also whats the easiest way to transfer all my saved files to the new computer.

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Check their license but you should be able to install rapidweaver with the same serial number you have on the iMac. Most software developers ley you install an app on a desktop and portable, on the understanding its for your use and you will only be using one copy at any one time.

Contact Rapidweaver - I an sure they are going to be just fine with an install on 2 of your own computers

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