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Old 02-17-2010, 12:58 PM   #11
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susie: but I no longer have the disks so I can't be sure - I do remember I started well before the programs came on CDs.
I'm pretty sure 4 came on a CD but I can't check either as I sold it (with the required transfer docs) on ebay many years ago--I'd been able to get a full version of 5 so I didn't need to update via 4 and I think I sold 4 when I updated to 6...

One reason I'm pretty sure that 4 came on a CD is that I bought it on ebay and it turned out to be a bootleg copy--I knew this because I doubted that Adobe released software on CD with a manually written "Photoshop 4" on it. I was really pissed. I was able to figure out that it was a high school kid who'd bootlegged the software--he used his high school email address on ebay and I was able to track it down on the web. I contacted the webmaster about it and Adobe. I got my money back from the kid (who got his ass kicked). Adobe sent me a free copy of 4 as a thank you for tracking down this bootlegger...'-}}

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