You can probably get a price break for using the programs at home. Go to
adobe.com, then click on adobe in education, then programs or pakcages for
educators (something like that). They are very complicated programs since
they can do SO much, but once you play around with them it gets easier since
they are really user friendly....
>Hi guys! We got Photoshop/Pagemaker/Illustrator combination pack in for
>the Yearbook staff. I am the advisor and have a little knowledge of
>these; not much; however, and need to learn it and put a little time in
>here to get used to it. Well, the Editor in chief was told he could take
>home the disc and load it on his computer. The school got this packet at
>a greatly reduced price because it is at education prices. So, my
>question to you all is Will Adobe give me the teacher the same price
>break? Does anyone know how I would go about getting a lowered price?
>The school doesn't seem willing to try and get this for me. Donna (out
>of the tent and waiting for new room to be finished--looking good so
>far!)--just pray that our supplies don't get here before the room is