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There are several Font menu enhancements that are coming your way in InDesign CC. Terry White shows you exactly what to expect, when you get InDesign CC.
Lets bust some myths
Creative Cloud FAQs - the most comprehensive and up-to-date list of questions. Some you didn’t even think of even asking.
Read Some More Expansive articles
Adobe’s Shift to the Cloud on Knowledge@Wharton.
How it can change the way you work, was my take on Creative Cloud when it launched last year.
Question not here
If you’re looking for answers, post your question on the Creative Cloud forum.
MAX, The Creativity Conference May 4-8, 2013, Los Angeles, CA.
It’s the time of the year again when, if you want to learn what goin’ on in the design space, you need to make your way to Adobe MAX conference. The 2013 edition of Adobe MAX, is the place you’ll want to be in early May. Meet the best in the industry, learn new trends and techniques. Hang out with best in the industry, learn, share, meet, greet. Generally, have fun!
Why should you be there? You ask?
There are so many great sessions this year. Check out the full roster at http://adobe.ly/ZjK8LU
See the complete lineup at http://adobe.ly/10zlaVl
Icing on the cake…
Hear The Black Keys at Adobe MAX! http://adobe.ly/16qiiN2
Cherry on top…
Save $300 use code MXSM13 while you register, see http://adobe.ly/XnIP7Q
One year Creative Cloud Membership included in your full conference pass. You can start as soon as you register!
Well that’s about it
Get going now! Register, book your travel and stay. All helpful details on Adobe MAX 2013 website.
Last weekend, we were doing some streamlining down at the Adobe Forums. Nothing much, basic house cleaning, and other mundane stuff. Overall you should get a better experience, when you visit the forums. However, a few forums were renamed or moved around, and as a result, if you had bookmarked any one of those, you’ll receive an error that Item does not exist. The forums are still live and well, you’ll just need to update your bookmarks.
- Go to http://forums.adobe.com/
- Navigate to your forum.
- Update your bookmarks.
Again, sorry for any inconvenience caused. Please help spread the word around so that everyone knows. See you back the forums!
Adobe Creative Cloud is a simple monthly membership gives you the entire collection of the latest applications, tools, and more. Print, Imaging, Web? You can do it all. Plus, Creative Cloud members automatically get access to new products and exclusive updates as soon as they’re released. And, with cloud storage and the ability to sync to any device, your files are always right where you need them. Creative Cloud is available for individuals or teams.
All said and done: if you feel that Adobe Creative Cloud offers your business a compelling value proposition, and you already have an existing perpetual licence to Creative Suite, Adobe offers an easy upgrade path. And some special pricing.
Upgrade to Creative Cloud
To avail of the special upgrade price for Creative Cloud, you must have a registered copy of Creative Suite.
- If you haven’t registered your copy yet, open any CS application and choose Help > Register.
Switch to the Cloud
Switching to the Adobe Creative Cloud is easy. You can do it online, and you should be up an running fairly quickly.
- Visit the Switch to the Cloud page and review the current offer.
- Sign in with your Adobe ID to see if you qualify for the upgrade. You need sign in with the same Adobe ID that you used to register your existing product.
- Continue with the on-screen wizard, and complete joining the Creative Cloud.
After you’ve joined the Creative Cloud, you can continue over to http://creative.adobe.com and sign in with your Adobe ID.
If you’ve upgraded from CS3 or later, you can download the Apps from the Creative Cloud website. See an earlier blog post: How to download my Creative Cloud applications?
If you already have a CS6 Apps installed, you do not need you re-download them. You can convert a trial or a licensed version to a Creative Cloud version.
- Deactivate the product by choosing Help > Deactivate in any CS6 app.
- Launch the product again. It will now launch in trial mode.
- Click the License this Software button located at the bottom of the screen.
- Follow the onscreen instructions and Sign in with your Adobe ID.
For more information, see Convert CS6 Trials to Creative Cloud, for detailed instructions and complete screenshots.
Remember to choose Help > Update and download new features that are exclusively for Creative Cloud members.