Question about Computers & Internet
First of all you need to do a back up of your files. Take a look which documents done by adobe you want to keep and copy them to a CD.
Then you have to install the adobe on the new machine.
After that simply copy to the same folder (that you had it before) the files from your cd.
PS: To see where are located your adobe files, simply open the adobe program and select one file and take a look which is the path on the adress bar.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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