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I am a teacher and want to purchase Photoshop CS5 with my faculty dicsount. Does anyone know the difference between the two besides the price? I read the product descriptions and can't find any difference. Also, there does not appear to be a Photoshop CS5 educator option -only the "Extended' version is in the faculty store.
It was not a teacher edition I know those are not able to be re-sold. Thanks for your help. I believe the reason they offer only the extended version is so that teachers and students will have the best of the program. The one for the lesser price is identical to the higher priced versions, just discounted for teachers and students.
You would certainly be able to sell your Elements program, although you may want to keep it for a bit while you get used to Photoshop. Often times when you are learning something new, it can be helpful to have the version you are comfortable with.
I second the idea of keeping your Elements around for a bit. Would I be able to install it without having any other photoshop, i. Looking forward to someone's reply soon Hi Bo, I have not purchased the program yet You can definitely install the program even if you haven't bought any PS program before.
Hope that helps! Originally posted months ago. May I ask what kind of documentation is required for the discount? IME none at all. I got CS4 this way, and just told the supplier that I taught Photoshop, and they took my word for it. It might have helped that I have spent serious money with them over the last few years. The problem is the lack of an upgrade path of course, so I paid the full price for CS5. My local supplier missed out this time though as I DL'd it direct from Adobe.
All the instructions are on the Adobe website: Members of teaching staff must provide a valid photo ID, and corroborating evidence of employment at a qualified institution: Official, current institution paycheck stub Official letter on school letterhead verifying person's employment If you're a student or staff member at an accredited educational institution and want to purchase an Adobe product at a discount, check out Adobe's Education Store. If you purchased your education product directly from Adobe, then submit your proof of eligibility POE through the Adobe Support Portal for fastest service.
You can also submit the verification form by fax or e-mail edu-verify adobe. Usually there is a nominal price to upgrade to new versions when they are released. My understanding when I looked into this before was that the cheaper one is not upgradable when new releases are, well, released.
The more expensive one is "upgradable". Hope that helps. I don't know why there is a difference. That seems odd to me. I'm a department head and I qualify for the same two options.
I'll check my sources tomorrow and see if there is something different. As I warn all my instructors about this. Educator licenses is technically not a full license but still a full version. You are violating the license if you use this for commercial purposes. Just be aware of that. I don't believe the Adobe police or even a software audit really cares just as long as you have a valid license Sign up for a free account, or sign in if you're already a member.