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Old 09-21-2006, 12:06 PM   #11
donmcc
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I'd get at least one copy of the suite, if you can swing it. Nothing more frustrating than not having a tool when you need it. And it is so much easier to get software approved when you have just started a job, as opposed to later, when "we'll look it at budget time."

I don't think you can buy older versions of the software, so if you want to avoid 8, you should purchase soon, before CS2.3 hits the shelves. A bonus will be, since 2.3 has been approved, you will probably be able to get a free upgrade to Acrobat 8, and possibly to Dreamweaver.
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