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    WTB: *Found* Any version of Photoshop CS for MAC OSX

    I am currently running Photoshop CS 5 on Windows an want to begin using my MacBook Pro.... any CS version. I don't know if I can use an upgrade version and use my Windows Adobe CS serial number versions.... I would think so. I have Adobe CS2 Full, CS3 and CS5 upgrades. Any experience here would help....

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    Don
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    Re: WTB: Any version of Photoshop CS for MAC OSX

    I have CS4 and 5 available (no longer using...) so shoot me an offer.

    Before you do, however, I would contact Adobe Customer Service and see if they can deactivate your Windows serial #, and sell you a crossgrade Mac one instead. (Unless you want to keep your windows version as well...)

    From me, you would be getting the original plastic box and CD with Serial...no funny stuff here.

    -M.

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    Re: WTB: Any version of Photoshop CS for MAC OSX

    Why don't you sign up for the Photographer's CC Bundle? Photoshop CC + Lightroom + Behance for $9.99/mo?
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    Re: WTB: Any version of Photoshop CS for MAC OSX

    The Photoshop CC idea may not work from CS5; you may have to upgrade to CS6 first. When I switched from Windows to Mac some years ago I called Adobe and they sent me a DVD with the Mac version for about $10, deactivated my Windows license and gace me a Mac license number. I don't know what the current policy is, but it is worth asking.
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    Re: WTB: Any version of Photoshop CS for MAC OSX

    No, if you surf to Membership plans: Pricing and subscriptions | Adobe Creative Cloud, you will see the following:

    Creative Cloud - Photoshop Photography Program - $9.99/mo.
    Special single app pricing on Photoshop CC for Photoshop CS3 and later customers. Limited-time offer ends December 31, 2013.

    Get the latest version Photoshop CC, plus Lightroom®, and Bridge CC
    20GB of cloud storage and a Behance® ProSite
    Requires Photoshop CS3–CS6 serial number
    Requires annual commitment; billed monthly
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    Re: WTB: Any version of Photoshop CS for MAC OSX

    Looks like I was able to make a deal with another Getdpi member for CS5. Thanks for all the responses and suggestions.

    I did go through the Adobe Transfer of License process, got a case # and uploaded the form. Currently waiting for Adobe response/approval. I did try to have Adobe transfer my windows CS5 license but because it is not a "current" product they wouldn't do it. At this point I only used Photoshop "when needed" and rely primarily on Lightroom and Aperture.

    Thanks all,
    Don

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