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Adobe Elements - Move program to another PC

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I lost the original disk for Adobe Photoshop Elements.

I have it installed on another pc. Is there a was to put the program from one pc to another with out the original disk?
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Greetings PaulRisko !

You can use PCMover to move the program from one PC to another
http://www.laplink.com/pcmover/

If you have the license for Adobe Eelments, you can contact Adobe Support and ask them to send you another CD.

Hope this helps, war1
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Sweet. Thanks for the quick post.

-Paul
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You are welcome, Paul!
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