8 Replies Latest reply on Dec 6, 2012 6:50 PM by TmpArt1

    Selling an Old version of Photoshop

    TmpArt1

      Buried in the EULA are the parameters to sell an older version of Photoshop (or any CS product).  Included in these requirements is a little line that says you must have the original proof of purchase, which, if it was bought at a brick and mortar store, will be the cash register receipt.  Well, I bought CS3 five years ago from Best Buy.  Now that I have bought CS6 for Apple, I don't need the older version, which is still perfectly usable and a wonderful product.  But I do not have the cash register receipt.  Therefore, per the EULA, I cannot sell this copy of photoshop to another without that piece of paper.

       

      Does anyone know how this can be handled at this point, or am I screwed?  I love photoshop, but Adobe is pretty awful in terms of customer care.  I don't even know if I can donate it to a school, my family or anyone else.  Any ideas?

       

      Thanks