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Topic # 123392 5-Jul-2013 18:21
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I purchased the Student & Teacher Adobe Acrobat XI Pro edition, which is no different (except price) from Adobe Acrobat Pro XI.

On how many computers can I install using one serial key? Quite fine if its one, but if I can use it on more that would be helpful to know.

Having searched FAQ on Adobe's website, I cannot find the information I wish to obtain.

Edit: fixed errors on the subject line.

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  Reply # 849975 6-Jul-2013 01:24
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Adobe are very strict on their reactivations - eg. moving a licensed piece of software from one computer to another more than twice.

I would advise you to call them directly and ask one of their telephone support people about it.




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  Reply # 868647 30-Jul-2013 15:59
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Reading over sites like Amazon, there appears to be a strong suggestion that it is one install per license. Unless you purchase a Site Term license which involves a yearly subscription. And even then you specify the number of users/students.

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  Reply # 868651 30-Jul-2013 16:03
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The previous edition was a single license,s o I would imagine, given they haven't said otherwise, that it is still the case.




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