Hello Adobe Community, I hope someone can give me a definitive answer to this. I have a full license to the Creative Suite CS6 that I purchased and have registered in my name since late 2013. I'm a professional traveling photographer and it has been my primary production tool on my Macbook Air which it has always been installed in since late 2013. CS6 is still my primary production tool as I don't have Internet in my home and any subscription service is unaffordable at this time. My Macbook Air has battery issues and is now a liability and I must upgrade. I'm only looking at new Macbooks because I own this CS6 suite already and it still meets all of my needs and then some. I will only invest in a new Macbook if I know for a fact that my existing license will transer to a new a computer. I don't have installation CD's, I purchased a digital download version of my software from Adobe. Can this be done? I've heard conflicting answers some saying no, because Adobe will no longer honor the old software. If I can transfer, what will be the steps I need to take? Thank you very, very much for your help.
I have only bought my Adobe Creative Suite on a digital download version from Adobe and no physical CD was given to me at the time of purchase. I believe that this is the only way that you can access CS6. The way I bought it was through a web site (no physical CD's). I have a full license to CS6 as I have paid for it many times over and I am a professional photographer. However, I have bought a new Macbook and I want to transfer my license to that and not have to use the Macbook Air any longer. There is no physical CD for me to install the software to a computer. I'm a noob but I'm investing in a new Macbook Pro. Is this possible?
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