Maybe. Download the demo and try it.
Be aware it’s not supported though I have it installed here and on the very few occasions I’ve needed it, it has worked.
Thank you Bob.
Where can I get the demo?
Thanks once again Bob.
I kind of assumed that CS6 would work on my Windows 10 because I have CS3 installed and working on it.
However I read where a lot of people had issues and could not get CS6 to work on there Windows 10.
This leads to one more question.
If I install CS6 on my machine and for some reason (who knows) it does not work. Will I be able to reinstall CS3 and have it work?
Or is there a way to leave CS3 on the machine and also install CS6 on it at the same time?
I’d make sure you had a system image before doing any of this.
I did the image backup to cover my butt before I installed the CS6 demo.
I installed the demo with no problem at all. I have both CS3 and CS6 on my Windows 10 system and they both run separate of each other. I did not need to make he system image but if I hadn't, something would have went wrong.
Now I will get the software and input the serial number and then uninstall InDesign CS3.
Bob, thanks for the help.
There's no need to uninstall CS3.
The smart money is on keeping all your old InDesign versions installed. That's because you CAN'T GO BACK after editing. Once an INDD file is opened in CS6 and saved you will never be able to open it in CS3 ever again. So if keeping CS3 compatibility, perhaps with someone else, is an aim, never open it in CS6.
I would just leave CS3 alone. If you have any large projects you did with it, you might night it again.