Adobe eLearning Suite: Getting the Trial

Created: Tuesday, August 11, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:17 am

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We have been using the Adobe eLearning Suite extensively lately — trying out the individual products within the suite, using them within a PowerPoint centric workfklow, and creating tutorials using these concepts on this site.

Many Indezine visitors and subscribers would like to know how they can get the product, and try it out before deciding whether they want to buy it or not — and for a product that costs northwards of $2000 for the full version, that’s a very wise approach indeed.

You first need to visit this page on the Adobe site: Adobe eLearning Suite — this will bring you to a page that looks like what you can see in the screenshot below:

Adobe eLearning Suite: Getting the Trial

The screenshot above is smaller in size than the actual web page you will get to — but the most interesting options are the three listed on the top left — and we explain them below:

  1. Download Free Trial takes you to a page from where you can sign in to your Adobe account (and create a free account if you don’t have one) — and then you fill in a form to get to the download link that weighed about 2.65 GB for the English version! If that’s a very large download for you, look at the next option.
  2. Order Free Trial DVD lets you do just what it says — you still need to fill in a form, and this option is available to users in North America and Europe only.
  3. System Requirements lists the optimum configuration that you system should possess to run the programs in the Adobe eLearning Suite.

That’s for now — in a subsequent post, we’ll explore more facets of this suite of programs.

Categories: elearning, powerpoint

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