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ProDesignTools Greatest Hits: Our Best Adobe Articles & Tips Ever

With one year wrapped up and a new one just beginning, it seemed a great time to put together a comprehensive review of the best and most-shared posts published here since our site launched in 2009.

These are the top posts that consistently have the highest readership on our site, month after month, covering all major Adobe software products…  They’re broken out by topic below in case you’ve missed any, or are new here – so bookmark, share, and enjoy!

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Creative Cloud (CC)

Adobe Creative Cloud

Creative Suite

Adobe CS6 Master Collection

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Lightroom

Adobe Acrobat

Adobe Acrobat Pro/Standard

Photoshop/Premiere Elements

Adobe Photoshop & Premiere Elements

Students & Teachers

Adobe Discounted Education Versions

Direct Download Links

Adobe Software Direct Download Links

General How-to’s

Everything Else


What’s missing? Anything that you’d like us to cover? Any burning questions you’ve got on Adobe applications? Just let us know in the comments below and we’ll get you answers…

It’s been a great seven years so far, and we’re looking forward to an even better 2016 – Happy New Year!

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  1. Ruth

    I have a macbook pro running on El Capitan with 8 GB of RAM and a 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7. I am trying to install Lightroom 1.1 from CD. I need it for a class I am taking and if I do not have to invest any additional money to use the software, I would prefer not to until I know I will use the software in the future. I also have photoshop CS6 on the computer. I got a successful install message. When I try to open the program, it does not open properly and the program does not operate. I was never prompted to input my serial number. Is there a way to install this older version?

    • Not sure Ruth, but our guess is it would be unlikely that Adobe software written almost ten years ago (the first version of Lightroom came out in early 2007) would work on a modern Mac operating system…

      You can try googling the exact text of any error message you received and see if that helps – but because the application is so old there are almost certain to be significant incompatibilities with a recent Apple o/s (which are notorious for dropping support of older interfaces).

      Certainly the newest/latest version of Lightroom should work properly and smoothly on your computer, and you might consider checking out a free trial of that to see how it goes:

      As an added resource, you may also like this free Lightroom Primer book to help get going and learn how to best use the program.

      Hope that helps!

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