Premiere Elements 14 on what computer operating system?
You open the tryout project file (.prel) in the purchased Premiere Elements 14. Then
a. You go to Expert workspace Timeline Menu/Delete Rendered Files and then render the Timeline content
b. Just opening the tryout project file (.prel) in the purchased Premiere Elements 14 automatically gets rid of the Adobe watermark in the tryout project file.
Above "a" is the classical way.
Adobe "b" has worked for many, including myself.
You cannot remove the Adobe watermark from any export from the tryout project file, be it export to file or burn to disc product.
Please consider and let us know the outcome. Any questions, please ask.
Sorry Windows 7 64bit platform (should have mentioned that first), will try your suggestion and post back.
Deleting the rendered files did the trick, thanks!
Great news. Great job. Glad that suggestion worked for you.
Best wishes with your Premiere Elements projects.