Can I reinstall Premiere Elements 14 while using Photoshop Elements 2018?

New Here ,
Apr 16, 2020 Apr 16, 2020

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I purchased Photoshop & Premiere Elements 14 (the 2015 version). Since I use Photoshop a lot, but only use Premiere very little, when I bought Elements 2018, I only bought Photoshop. When I installed that, it removed my Premiere Elements completely.

 

2 years later, I'd like to make another video. I'm sure I will have issues with the Organizer, but if I try to reinstall Premiere Elements 14, will it remove my 2018 software, or remove all the tags/names/pictures I have saved in Organizer? I'm having a hard time finding any information online to help me.

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Apr 16, 2020 Apr 16, 2020

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Installing one version of the software does not remove or alter any other version of the software, and installing Photoshop (Elements?) certainly won't uninstall Premiere (Elements?).

 

The programs are all indepedently installed and you can have several versions of these programs installed at the same time.

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Thank you so much. After reading your message, I checked my computer & I did still have it there. So I guess I'm still not used to using my mac, after 6 years, but it's all good. Sorry I panicked.

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