Okay. Thanks for the help.
Just wondering, so you have to buy the full version to delete the text?
You are correct. The trial version will place a watermark banner, basically stating "Created in Premiere Elements Trial," in the installed language. This is a limitation of the trial version.
In most recent trial versions, there are also modules, that do not initialize, due to licensing issues, so some formats will also not function fully.
In PrPro trial, there is no watermark (through CS5), but it has ALL MPEG-2 functions crippled, due to those same licensing issues, so no DVD, no trial of Adobe Encore with 99% of its power, and many other MPEG functions do not work, so many other formats are completely unavailable too.
Sorry for the bad news.
Now, Adobe does offer a 30-day, money-back guarantee, so if you buy the full version, update/unlock your installation, then follow that FAQ to remove the watermark from subsequent Exports/Shares, but do not like the program, Adobe will refund your purchase price. That is like an additional 30 days, and with zero limitations on the functionality of the program.