Hi, you should be OK with that, because the discs are cross-platform and contain both versions of the software as you noted.
Before you uninstall on the PCs, choose Help > Deactivate to free up the license on each machine.
Hope that helps, if you have any further questions then just post back!
Well fiddlesticks... I thought I was remembering correctly and did an
uninstall... but now I came back to ask another question and realized I
forgot to deactivate!!! Any way to do that now? It probably won't let me
install it again, even.
But my reason for writing at this time is I went looking to get my version
online to download (I don't have a SuperDrive with this Mac) but it
indicates there is no Elements 12 for Mac download available. So now I
have two issues I guess. Trying not to have to upgrade at this time as the
budget is pretty well shot for the moment with the purchase of the
Any suggestions? (I hope)
On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 11:12 PM, ProDesignTools <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Normally with Adobe software you'd have to reinstall the software then deactivate, and then uninstall again. Should work.