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CS 5.5 and Ventura 13.4

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Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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My Mac had to have major surgery so I lost al my apps and a new Ventura operating systme was added.

Now...CS 5 and 5.5 cant be installed for obvious reasons.

Is there any way I can continue to use CS 5.5 without major expense as it is not something I use often but when I do need it it is intensive.

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Aug 02, 2023 Aug 02, 2023

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Hi@adrianomartorana ,

no chance, I think. You need an old machine where you can install MacOS 10.6.8 or perhaps MacOS 10.10 to run InDesign CS5 or CS5.5 successfully. I wonder what operating system was in place before the machine broke. Is it still the same machine?

 

Alternatively you could subscribe to InDesign for Creative Cloud on a monthly basis.

And quit subscription after a month.

 

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Uwe Laubender
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Perhaps by installing an older OS as a virtual machine?

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Short answer: no.

Longer answer, when you need it, subscribe to InDesign only on a month-to-month basis. You'll have the most updated and compatible version and you'll only have to pay for it when you use it.

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