What's "CS2 Standard"? Design Standard or Web Standard? And you're getting what the label says - CS2 versions of InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, possibly Dreamweaver and Flash in the web package. Depending on what you plan on doing, none of them may be much use anymore, though. You know, most people using more contemporary versions and compatibility issues ensuing or those old versions of DW and Flash being behind the times for web development... Likewise, that version of PS might not even be of any use if you were hoping to edit photos from a recent RAW camera and you would need the latest Adobe Camera RAW support... Also keep an eye on that license transfer thing.
CS2 was released BEFORE the merger. There was Standard and Premium.
GoLive and Acrobat were included in the Premium package IIRC.
That said, I’d ask the OP what exactly “offered” means and point out that they’d be getting ancient software that won’t work at all well on a newer computer with Windows 7.
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