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Thread: Painter Educational Version
January 12th, 2008 #1
Painter Educational Version
Hey all, sorry if this is a redundant post, but I did a search of the forums for this subject and got like a million hits, but none of which seemed to directly address my concern. Basically, I'm in the mode to buy an educational version of Painter, but I wanted to find out from someone who actually knows if there's any real difference between the educational and full versions. I know that you're not to use the ed version for any professional reasons, but I'm curious if there are any disabled features or anything that they don't mention in the software summary. Thanks in advance!
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Short and simple, no difference in the program itself. The licenseing is the main difference, also the upgrade path.
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