No, but if you registered your software like you should have then you can find it under your user ID on the Adobe site.
I cant find it ? and my email address has changed about 5 times from different internet services. Before Gmail was around... umm is there another way? I paid $2000.00 for the program. I bought thru J&R Films / Moviola. I doubt they still have record of it?
What can I do besides Fly back to my storage unit?
If your computer & OS can handle it, you could download a tryout of a more current AE Version. It would be fully functional for 30 days.
Google "adobe after effects system requirements" to see if it'll work for you.
in addition to Rick's hint: you should have a look at Adobe's database, to see what's stored/saved about your accounts. Here you will find general infos about your Adobe Account https://www.adobe.com/account.html >>> see My productsView all >>> These registered products are associated with your Adobe ID. >>> Name >>> Serial number.
And to find your serial number have a look there
http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/find-serial-number.html >>> I lost my serial number >> see comment
The last time Adobe suggests so too this https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html?step=ZNA_downloading-installing-setting-up_licensing- activation.
If still necessary and for further questions click through http://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html and if "open" please use the chat, I for my part had the best experiences. I quote from Adobe's employee Preran: The chat button is activated as soon as there is an agent available to help.
AE 7.0 in 1996 no way. AE 7 was released possibly after 2001. I learnt Premiere 4 and After Effects 3 in School in 1997 with books from the nice couple Cris and Trish and the classroom in a book series. Can not be that far back for AE 7
I think your right1 Wow! 10 years off. I guess it was 2006 is was back in the Media100 Days. My 16 Gig Fast and wide Hard drive cost $20,000. I am glad thous days are over with... So it was 2006
" I am glad those days are over with" You can say that again
I have used all these and some are just hardware with Premiere, Media 100, Casabalanca, Matrox RT100, Speed Razor, Perception, Velocity, Canopus Storm, Pinnacle Pro One RT, Galaxy, Edit Pro, Insite, Flame, Smoke Avid Express and many more. Adobe Premiere is a real survivor. I imagine spending thousands and still rendering for hours.