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I'm pretty sure that for any older version of Flash you'll need to surf the web to see if you can find a source for acquiring it as Adobe will not sell/support older versions. I doubt you will be able to find a trial version though... it would seem impractical for the sources that might sell the old versions to support a trial version scenario.
this is so weird - the main argument to use Flash is that it provides SMALL files, you can have animated sequences less than 5 kB in size....why the hell
does the development platform need a Gig of RAM - insane.....
so frustrating - is there a hidden agenda behind this ? forcing us to buy bigger/faster every damn year...
thanx for answering, though NEd.
I was wondering the same thing! I have the same problem and it's 2014!!
I'm trying out the tutorials for how to make a website and in one of them they use Flash. So here I am trying to download the free trial BUT my computer is not compatible with the new Flash Professional CC...Sigh.
I'm a student not a star ADOBE!
You can download the various older trial versions of the software thru the site linked below.
Be sure to follow the steps outlined in the Note: Very Important Instructions section on the download pages at this site and have cookies enabled in your browser or else the download will not work properly.
Thank you Ned for your help!