No. It's basically chat at Adobe official support: Contact Customer Care
or you can ask us in the user volunteer forums, a lot of knowledge there and in some case Adobe employees can come in.
Since you chose the Photoshop forum can you detail your problem?
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DOESN'T ADOBE HAVE A LIVE PERSON TO TALK TO? IF SO WHAT IS THEIR NUMBEr
I NEED TO SPEAK TO A LIVE PERSON.
Why would you want to? Unless your issue involves accessing your Adobe account, you will do better asking on this forum. Even if it does require an Adobe staff member, we can arrange that for you, but try us first.
A full description of your issue.
[EDIT] Whoops. Gene must be thinking he was standing in a cave when he made his post, because he is hearing an echo. Sorry Gene.
I think in Europe you can get a live person. Or at least I have once or twice. I think it depends on the region if there is a live person to talk to.