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  • Random Registry Adobe question

    Ok question, I ran a trial version of Indesign (lasts 30 days). Now when ever I launch Indesign it just gives the trial expired page, blah blah blah.

    But I want it to lauch Indesign, so I can do the registry (register as in end the trial, not windows registry) option in the program...except I can't because I keep getting the trial expired thing.

    I asume there is a registry file in windows that tells marks I have done the trials for when reinstalls and such. Was just wondering how I got rid of such a thing.

    THanks :)

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    Re: Random Registry Adobe question

    you want to get rid of the reg thing because you are gonna buy it or so you can uninstall it
    that sounds like a good idea trooper.
    -Vulcan

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      Re: Random Registry Adobe question

      He wants to buy it. I would just email Adobe
      |TG| Lorian
      Member since 18th February 2006

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