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Adobe CS3 Additional Content and Video

by tleMega / August 7, 2008 12:47 PM PDT

I recently installed CS3 Web Premium on my MacBook Pro. Although it took a little while, the basic installation process went along smoothly, and after carefully following the included instructions, I had everything running properly. Easy.

My question is about the two other discs that came with the suite. One is listed as Adobe CS3 Content and another is for the "Video Workshop". I want to know, if I ever need the additional content, if there is a proper way to install the files onto my hard drive. I could drag and drop them from the discs, but I am not sure how I would be able to incorporate the files into the rest of the suite from there. I have looked through the included paperwork in the box, and I don't see any mention of installing anything other than the programs themselves. The answer may be staring me right in the face, but I'm not interested in trying anything. One of my Windows boxes failed on me today, and I am quite frustrated with it. It appears to have developed the BSOD and will not boot up. I have to wipe down the whole thing. Ironic that I was actually resetting some things on my modem, but caused the computer to fail instead. Luckily, the modem was fine. This is part of the reason why I use Macs; they work, and they work great. So, I don't want to stop my main Mac from working perfectly, which is why I am asking about this beforehand. Wink

Anyway, assistance appreciated.

-BMF

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