I need to download Indesign CS6.0, but Adobe support tells me it is not possible as of yesterday. I have some ancient Pagemaker files that I want to convert to the current Indesign version, but I was advised that using CS6.0 as an intermediate step was the only way to do so. My computer was reformatted, and sadly I lost CS6.0.
I need to download Indesign CS6.0, but Adobe support tells me it is not possible as of yesterday. I have some ancient Pagemaker files that I want to convert to the current Indesign version, but I was advised that using CS6.0 as an intermediate step was the only way to do so. My computer was reformatted, and sadly I lost CS6.0. When I tried to redownload from CC, it was no longer there. Apparently, as of May 8th, you can no longer download Indesign formats earlier than 13/14. Does anyone know how I can download CS6.0? Thank you!
When I tried to download it, I got the option to download a single file, or an entire install. When I chose the install, it asked if I wanted the free upgrade. I choose yes, then a prompt came up for my password. I put it in, and the password didn't work. The error came back: Adobe Illustrator CS6 is not available for download at this time. You may access this file from the library of your Adobe online system account administrator.
I have a work account with a library card, but it has never given me any problems before. I don't have an Adobe online system account. I'm not really sure how to reach my account administrator. If anyone could help me figure out how to download it, that would be great!
Edit 2: I can also tell you what I did. I downloaded it from the site, and it gave me a single file that it wanted me to download and install. I extracted the file. The next thing I did was open the archive and clicked on the three files that it had. I then downloaded the same single file again, this time saving it to a different location. I then put that file into the same place that it had been previously. I then opened the archive file again, but this time it only wanted me to download one file. I then clicked on the one file, and the rest of the process went as normal.
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