Hello everybody I have a Teacher / Student license for Adobe Acrobat Pro 2017 since last October. The program is currently installed on 2 devices.Now a third device has been added.So I would need a license again.According to the guidelines, however, it is only possible to purchase one license of a program per platform and year.The question now is whether this relates to a calendar year or whether 365 days must have passed. It would be nice if I knew this before I acquired a license and then could not activate it due to this restriction. Thank you in advance for your help. Best regards, Petra
Good question. As you noticed, the restriction is a bit unclear about how a year is measured – is it calendar year, school year, or 365 days?
Not sure on the answer. But importantly, Adobe offers a full refund on any software products purchased directly from them, if returned or canceled within 14-30 days... So, if you buy it and it doesn't work out (i.e., activate) for some reason, then you can get your money back.
One thing is clear: to run on a third device, with a second license, you will need a DIFFERENT Adobe ID. If you buy two licenses with the same Adobe ID, they do not add together (but you pay for both, uselessly!)