Need Sound Advice on Dreamweaver CS4

  sarahjn10 11:17 10 Feb 2009


I am planning to buy a copy of latest Adobe Dreamweaver CS4
I browsed few websites on the net & came across this
click here

From what I can see so far,... ecost is offering the best deal.
Has anybody bought any software from them before?
Any Suggestion guys??

  Forum Editor 23:24 10 Feb 2009

and have no personal knowledge of them, but the website ticks all the boxes - they provide you with plenty of contact information, including a Twickenham postal address.

What I've seen would not deter me from using the company, if that's of any help.

  perennialgarden 19:59 11 Feb 2009

Have a look at this website -

click here

If you're in education - college or university that offers degree qualifications - or your child is in education you can buy student licence software. You'll need a letter from the school / college / university to confirm your enrolment which most are happy to provide.

Also look for student licence software on other sites, e.g. Amazon.

Hope this helps.

  HighTower 22:55 17 Feb 2009

I'm not 100% sure, but I think that an Adobe Student licence doesn't allow you to use the product professionally. If you are entitled to a student licence and don't intend to use it in this way then fair enough, but otherwise you may actually end up paying for an invalid licence.

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