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I downloaded InDesign for free through my Univeristy so it should have allowed me to use it straight away. However, it said I had a seven day free trial and now it wont let me use the app as it is telling me I need to buy it. Does anyone know how I can solve this issue?

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You have to contact your university under which condition you get it for free. It is not a free application, but some schools and university have licences for their members due to an individual contract.

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If your university has some sort of broad license agreement with Adobe, you will have to contact the dept. at the university that is in charge. Usually this is done by a dept. by dept. approach--not just for anyone who wants it. 

 

Otherwise, you can subscribe to the discounted student/teacher price. 

David Creamer
Adobe Certified Instructor, Adobe Certified Professional, and Adobe Certified Expert (since 1995)

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