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Old 03-25-2010, 07:45 PM   #1
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They now have a site where you can sign up for the CS5 launch event: http://cs5launch.adobe.com/

Didn't see any further clues about when the software's actually going to be released, though.

   
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They now have a site where you can sign up for the CS5 launch event: http://cs5launch.adobe.com/

Didn't see any further clues about when the software's actually going to be released, though.
I only bought the CS4 upgrade a few weeks ago, and still haven't installed it.

   
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You might want to return it to Adobe, and then repurchase after the announcement. Then you will get a free upgrade to CS5. As it is now, you may be on the wrong side of whatever date Adobe set as the cutoff for free upgrades.

I understand that Adobe will take returns up to a month after purchase.
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You might want to return it to Adobe, and then repurchase after the announcement. Then you will get a free upgrade to CS5. As it is now, you may be on the wrong side of whatever date Adobe set as the cutoff for free upgrades.

I understand that Adobe will take returns up to a month after purchase.
Hmm, I'll check the receipt date. Thanks!

   
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The launch date is April 12 at 16:00 GMT.

   
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The launch date is April 12 at 16:00 GMT.
Thanks, Michael. That puts it at 13th April here - beyond the one month, I'm afraid.

   
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