The whole school uses cracked versions of adobe programs?

New Here ,
Feb 15, 2021 Feb 15, 2021

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Hi guys,

so we have been working with photoshop and indesign for a couple of months now. And now with home schooling we had to install it on our own computers that was no problem and went good. But it looked completley different to the one we had in school so I made a little research and found out that the computers in our school uses a very old version I think it was CS6 and we had also no acces to the adobe cloud because the programs were offline even tough it had a stable internet connection. And basically the whole school uses the same version even on the new computers that we got a month ago are installed with that old.

Anyone have a idea whats going on.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 15, 2021 Feb 15, 2021

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There is no way for anyone HERE to see what your school is doing THERE

 

You need to ask the person at your school who is in charge of computers

 

But it IS possible that your school has a site license for CS6 and no wish to buy a newer version

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LEGEND ,
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Yes, old apps don't have to be cracked. Some schools cannot get the budget for annual subscriptions, and keep running with their old license. So be careful (and diplomatic) what you suggest and say.

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