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Inexpensive Retail Sites?

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#1 `Nathan


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Posted 26 July 2006 - 01:05 PM

I'm looking for an inexpensive retail site (prices $25-$100) for products like photoshop, illustrator and golive but since you guys know your stuff I'm asking you for what you believe to be the most reliable and inexpensive (products) site other than adobe.com

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#2 Nat Sci

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Posted 27 July 2006 - 08:45 PM

I dont really know of much which your looking for but you can check this place out. It has freeware programs on most things your looking for. And if your looking for something like Photoshop you should check out GIMP. Anywasy heres the link: Link thingy
Legend has it that... If you put an AOL disc the opposite way and play it you can hear devilish music... Even worse if you put it the right way... IT INSTALLS AOL!
Click here 3 times for $100,000<--- I mean .00001 dollars.

#3 roseredd


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Posted 02 October 2006 - 03:53 PM

To tell you the truth, to get a legal copy of Photoshop is going to cost you more than 100.00 anywhere you go, Nathan. What I choose to do is get Photoshop 7 on Ebay, then if I wish, I can upgrade to Photoshop CS and so forth if I choose to in the future. Upgrading this way is the cheapest way to get the latest software.

However, if you are going to purchase from Ebay, please be very careful! There are a ton of people on there trying to sell illegal copies of Adobe software. If you purchase such a product, not only will the copy be illegal, but you will not be able to register or upgrade your CD.

What I did was look for a "home-taken" photo when searching ebay- a photo that was obviously an actual picture of the unopened box in the home of the person selling, not a picture that had been "copy-pasted" from the Adobe website.

Remember, too, you get what you pay for. If you really want the software, you simply have to choke down the price unfortunatly.

If you have anymore questions, don't hesitate to ask- I hope this helps!

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Edited by KoanYorel, 02 October 2006 - 04:29 PM.

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