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compatibility PC MAC

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Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

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Hi everyone,
My husband has subscribed to InDesign and would like to share it with me. He works on PC and I have an emac 10.15.7 , We have the same IP adress, living and working at the same adress. 
Do you think it is possible ?
Thanks in advance for your return

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Oct 25, 2022 Oct 25, 2022

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You can install and activate it on 2 computers, but you are only allowed to work at the same time at 1 computer.

If yiu transfer documents, use only OTF then you have no problem.

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Legally, this is not allowed. Sharing the programs for two users is not allowed. Concurrent use on two systems is not allowed.

 

Practically, you can install the programs on any platform supported, activate on two systems concurrently. But please look at above restrictions.

 

File formats are interchangable between different OS. Fonts are not always interchangable, OTF fonts are.

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