No that will not work. The trial some how timestamps your hard disk outside of the Adobe folders and counts down relative to that timestamp.
To add to Terri's comments, the only way to get another free seven-day trial would be to download it on to another computer.
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Alternatively, you could purchase one month of the Creative Cloud Photography plan and leisurely check it out.
I do not think there is a one month plan. The Plan is a yearly plan you pay monthly. There is an early termination fee if you cancel. So you can take a 7 Day trial then subscribe then cancel within 14 Days to avoid the cancellation fee. So a 21 Days trial may be possible.
Thanks for the clarification, JJMack.
I thought there was an option for month-to-month of the Photography plan, but because I'm signed in and subscribed, I can't see it. JJMack's idea to sign up for the year, and cancel within 14 days if necessary would be another option, davidw13915965 .
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Actually you can subscribe for just a month. It is available for all the apps but not the Photographic Plan. When you sign up there are three options:
1) Annual Prepaid which is a year in advance and costs $240/annum
2) Annual plan paid monthly which is a contract for 12 months that carries a 50% of time remaining on subscription penalty in the event of cancelation. This plan auto renews each month and costs $20/month
3) The Monthly Plan which you pay per month and carries no penalty for early cancellation. If you cancel it simply does not auto renew at the end of the month and costs $30/month.
A monthly plan is also available for the whole suite of programs for $75/month. As you can see buying a standalone app for just a short time is not cheap.