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    Most of Adobe CS2 is freely available. My installation guide for Windows7 is this:

    http://www.adobe.com/...

     I got it installed in 64 bit Windows 7
    Three tricks were needed that the PDF misses:
    Set the Files to extract as XP SP3 with admin rights. (Right Click/Properties/Compatibility)
    Extract the files in the order indicated. 2, 3, Extras, 1. It seems weird but the PDF is clear on this point.
    Make sure that they land in the proper default locations. They didn't in my case and I don't know why. I had to browse to get them in the right places.
    After running 1 the install starts automatically. It also has a problem with the default location.

        Replace "C:Program File (x86)Adobe" with "C:Progra~2Adobe".  The installer may not "light" the OK button.  If so, click the browse button then the cancel button and "OK" should activate.

    This goes back to 16 bit DOS . . .

    CS_2.0_UE_Ret_D2.exe
    C:Creative Suite CS2Adobe Creative Suite 2.0

    CS_2.0_UE_Ret_D3.exe
    C:Creative Suite CS2  
    note: This is different from what the pdf says.

    CS_2.0_WWE_Extras_1.exe
    C:CS_2.0_WWE_Extras_1
    This wants to install in C:CS_2.0_WWE_Extras_2 I don't know which is correct but I installed it in both places to be safe. It worked.

    CS_2.0_UE_Ret_D1.exe
    C:Creative Suite CS2

    1130-1414-7569-4457-6613-5551

    Acrobat Pro 7.0
    22020134.exe
    1118-1414-8477-7606-6339-4141

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