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FAQ: How do I contact Adobe Support?

Adobe Employee ,
Mar 01, 2016

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  • There are three ways to get support at Adobe.
    • Chat
    • Phone
    • Forums
  • Scroll down for instructions on how to contact us via one of those methods:

  • Chat:
    • Adobe provides chat support from specially trained Adobe agents.
    • limited wait time, but faster than phone support.
    • available for Premiere Pro Creative Cloud customers.
    • If you have CS6, or earlier:
        • do not contact agents via chat or phone if you have a troubleshooting or "how to" issue.
        • please create a forum post.

    • limited availability, 5 AM to 7 PM PST hours, weekdays only.
    • guarantees a response from Adobe.
    • click here to begin a chat.
    • click the blue button (Sign in to begin), choose your product & issue, click  "Show me my contact options".

     Sign in.JPG

   Contact Us 1.JPG

    Contact Us 2.JPG

     Contact Us 3.JPG

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      • You see the hours that chat is available.
      • A new screen launches for you to type your issue into.
  • Phone:
    • Adobe provides "one on one" support from specially trained Adobe agents.
    • long wait times.
    • available for Creative Cloud customers only.
    • no phone support for Premiere Pro CS6, and earlier:
      • create a forum post.
    • limited availability, PST hours, weekdays only.
    • guarantees a response from Adobe
    • click here to begin a phone call (follow the same steps)
    • Click "Phone"

   Contact Us 5.JPG

    • You see the hours that phone support is available.
    • A new screen launches with a phone number for you to call.

  • Forums:
    • user to user assistance with limited assistance from Adobe.
    • often is the fastest option for support.
    • available for all customers of Premiere Pro.
    • always available.
    • click here to begin a forum post
    • In the upper left corner click "Start a discussion"
    • Start Discussion.png
    • forum-post.png
    • Press the "Post" button in the lower left of the window
    • your discussion is posted to the forum

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FAQ: How do I contact Adobe Support?

Adobe Employee ,
Mar 01, 2016

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  • There are three ways to get support at Adobe.
    • Chat
    • Phone
    • Forums
  • Scroll down for instructions on how to contact us via one of those methods:

  • Chat:
    • Adobe provides chat support from specially trained Adobe agents.
    • limited wait time, but faster than phone support.
    • available for Premiere Pro Creative Cloud customers.
    • If you have CS6, or earlier:
        • do not contact agents via chat or phone if you have a troubleshooting or "how to" issue.
        • please create a forum post.

    • limited availability, 5 AM to 7 PM PST hours, weekdays only.
    • guarantees a response from Adobe.
    • click here to begin a chat.
    • click the blue button (Sign in to begin), choose your product & issue, click  "Show me my contact options".

     Sign in.JPG

   Contact Us 1.JPG

    Contact Us 2.JPG

     Contact Us 3.JPG

     Contact Us 4.JPG

     Contact Us 5.JPG

      • You see the hours that chat is available.
      • A new screen launches for you to type your issue into.
  • Phone:
    • Adobe provides "one on one" support from specially trained Adobe agents.
    • long wait times.
    • available for Creative Cloud customers only.
    • no phone support for Premiere Pro CS6, and earlier:
      • create a forum post.
    • limited availability, PST hours, weekdays only.
    • guarantees a response from Adobe
    • click here to begin a phone call (follow the same steps)
    • Click "Phone"

   Contact Us 5.JPG

    • You see the hours that phone support is available.
    • A new screen launches with a phone number for you to call.

  • Forums:
    • user to user assistance with limited assistance from Adobe.
    • often is the fastest option for support.
    • available for all customers of Premiere Pro.
    • always available.
    • click here to begin a forum post
    • In the upper left corner click "Start a discussion"
    • Start Discussion.png
    • forum-post.png
    • Press the "Post" button in the lower left of the window
    • your discussion is posted to the forum

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