We currently have 4 license of InDesign CS5 that comes with Adobe Creative Suite CS5.
Also an Adobe Product Premium CS5.5. We now need to get an extra license for InDesign CS5 for the Adobe Product Premium CS5.5 machine.
I noticed Adobe now sells CS6 versions only. Can we get Adobe InDesign Cs6 and have down grade right to use InDesign CS5?
Best Regards/Allen Chen
Bob Levine wrote:
Alternatively move to Creative Cloud.
But that means buying cloud subscriptions for all seats so everyone is on the same version rather than buying one seat to downgrade. I agree that inthe long run this is probably a better solution, but it may cost more up front.
Thanks for the reply. We're not looking to upgrade yet as that will require the need to train all users.
It's probably easier to install Indesign CS5 from our existing installation DVD, set as trial and there would be a buy product key link.
Just click link, this would take us to buy CS5 product key right? won't redirect us to buy CS6 product key?
All sorted after ringing Adobe support.
Apparantly we had Adobe CS4 standard volume upgraded to Adobe CS5 standard, then upgraded one copy to Production Premium CS5.5. I was assisted to install InDesign CS5 from Adobe CS5 standard onto Production Premium CS5.5 by given support code to activate InDesign CS5.