In their wisdom Adobe removed the web galleries maker from more recent versions of PS.
All of my old macs running PS CS2 have now died along with the web galleries maker.
Yes I realise there are other 'web gallery' tools but I'm not that interested in reconfiguring my whole workflow when by happy chance an old working G4 was gifted to me a couple of days ago.
Trying to get my paid for version of PS CS2 to instal using the serial number on the back of the CD case is the problem. Apparently it is an upgrade. How far back do I have to go. I've got floppy discs of PS3.
There's no one to talk to at Adobe unless you pay.
Thank you c.pfaffenbichler. I realise now that I had read something of the CS2 availability but of course that was when I didn't have a problem!
It's such a pity that Adobe removed the excellent Web Galleries maker from PS some time ago. I fail to see how that could be deemed to be an 'improvement' - how much space did it take up on the application?! Why fix something that's not broke - unless you're wanting to sell its replacement I guess (though I haven't figured out what the replacement is..)
Your help was appreciated very much.
With kind regards
John (PS 3.0 on floppy discs)
I think the functionality is available in Bridge now.