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The policy is simple. You can uninstall the Adobe software from a computer and install it on a different computer, so the scenario you describe is allowed.
Can I crossgrade the acedemic version of CS2 as I am thinking of changing to a Mac.
If you're buying under any of Adobe's Volume Licensing programs, any purchase license grants you rights to use it either on a Windows or Mac OS computer (you just need to obtain the media of the Adobe product for the corresponding operating system, which is sold separately). More information about Adobe volume licensing programs can be found at http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/openoptions/
Retail licenses (software boxes purchased at a computer store or online) are platform specific.
We have adobe in my school, and my teacher told our class that we only own a certain amount of lisences and they cost money. So at the end of each year we have to get Photoshop taken off our computers. I don't really understand this, but if someone reinstalls it on there computer over the summer, would my school be able to see that someone did that, do they get like billed whenver someone uses one of there lisences?
Can I crossgrade the acedemic version of CS2 as I am thinking of changing to a Mac
Where do you find out what it would cost a single user of InDesign who upgraded from PageMaker (don't need full CS) would have to pay to have the app on both a desktop and a laptop? I've looked over the 17 pages of the license agreement and still don't find an answer.