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Subject:Re: frame costs From:Mitch Berg <mberg -at- IS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 3 Feb 1997 08:55:31 -0600
PRADERIO, LAURA wrote:
> does anyone know where to get a copy of frame for less than $895 (as
> adobe's web page lists the price for windows).
A lot of your local resellers'll carry it for much less - I once bought
Frame 4 (list $795) for $595. However, as Laura might be a little
strapped for local resellers...
Also, Adobe's list for multiple licenses becomes MUCH more reasonable,
if you need to buy lotsa copies. We just bought a five-user Frame 5.1.1
license for $2,100 - which comes to $420 per install. Much better, if
you need five copies (and we do).