Sorry for the wrong link
Would this one be fine:
Btw, not long ago I had CS3 on my 5 year old laptop - worked just great, very speedy, even faster than my loved and trusted Flash 8, I think. All those bugs and lags reported here in the forum - maybe its problem coming from the user of the software, not the software itself. All is a bit overstated in my opinion, I don't think the new versions are at all that problematic.
I'm trying to do the same thing and I just got off the phone with customer support...here's what they said:
Adobe does not sell older versions of their own software and customers desiring older versions should contact one of their resellers. I asked for the number or to be transfered to their main reseller and I was given this phone # 1-800-622-6222 ( It's to CDW http://www.cdw.com/)
Here is also a link to find all resellers:
Actually, what I just posted to you is apparently incorrect. I just got off the phone with CDW and they told me that Adobe does not allow them to sell older versions of the software either. So, it seems like Adobe would prefer us to get cracked unlicensed versions of this software rather than pay them money for a licensed version like we want to do...I don't like CS5 media encoder for MACs and want to PURCHASE CS3 or CS4 Flash Professional with Media Encoder but apparently I can't do that safely from the company that makes it? Idiotic tactics if you ask me, buy the newest and best or get the f**k out is apparently the mentality. Oh last thing, the kid at Adobe's support center also told me to try Amazon but to beware of the same thing the ebay post in here was about. Sorry for the rant but I'm frustrated and getting a cracked version or any other version that isn't a licensed and official version is not even in the realm of possibilities since this is for work. So back to square one, anyone know a good safe place to buy older versions of Adobe's products? This isn't about the money, it's about the quality that is coming out of the software and (from my experience with the trial of Flash Pro CS5) the Media Encoder doesn't do as good of a job as CS3 or CS4 with exporting flash.
It is true that you cannot buy versions of Adobe Animate previous to Adobe Animate CC anymore. Adobe doesn't sell versions of Flash Pro anymore. If you are purchasing from third-party sellers, ensure that you have a good return policy on those just in case there are problems with authenticating the serial number or licensing. I have heard from many users on the forum that ended up with unusable software because of purchasing from unauthorized vendors.