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  1. marissa

    awesome freebie, very helpful – thanks !

  2. Thomas Green

    Love this, everything is presented in straightforward and easy to understand fashion for all three apps. Wish I’d had it earlier.

  3. Jv

    Please include the links for download.

  4. Del

    I had a license for CS4 and lost the program when we did some computer migrations. I still have my old 24 digit license access code. Is it possible to pay to upgrade to a more recent version of Adobe Photoshop?

    Thank you,

  5. Rosemary

    I have a new laptop without a CD/DVD drive and I’d like to install CS6 master suite that I bought previously. Can you please direct me to the right site to download the software – I have the valid license number to enter when prompted to do so.

  6. Travis B

    I plan to freelance with the most up-to-date features.

  7. Don

    I signed up and received the “Thanks for subscribing! Here are your free Adobe eBooks” email, but for some reason I was only allowed to download one book.

    I was hoping to be able to download the Lightroom book as well so that I could become more familiar with the program, but it says I must be a member. I don’t understand.

  8. Prabhath Kaushalya

    Download link not working for me…

    • Hey there Prabhath, could you please give a bit more detail or be specific about what the difficulty is – including what message or error you are getting, if any?

      Did you happen to try it from a different browser, or another computer or device?

      Also, are you restricting or filtering anything with your browser(s) – like cookies, downloads, or any sites or URLs?

      Are you running any other utilities that might limit your web surfing, like Ghostery, Adblock, or Disconnect? Or possibly your firewall, antivirus program (esp. Kaspersky), or other third-party security software?

      It could be because of over-aggressive software or utilities like these. For downloads, Adobe suggests temporarily turning off anything that might be interfering.

      We’d be happy to help, but need a little more information on the problem you’re running into – thanks!

  9. Joe Beard

    I opine that each time I click on the download green oval, I get a message that the site it takes me to is insecure and there is a blue back to safety rectangle to click, which I do, this was for a free book from Adobe which included Photoshop among other Adobe products.

    • Have no idea why that happened Joe, sorry. We’ve been Adobe partners for many years and there is absolutely nothing dangerous or unsafe going on here.

      Did you try with another browser, or a different computer or device? Also see our previous reply just above your comment for some other suggestions.

  10. Ayinza Mike

    Please I’ve failed to download one of these free books. Could you please help me with some guidance



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