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I'm just about to buy the $99.00 education edition of Corel Painter X.
What's weird is that they don't seem to be asking me for verification that I am indeed a student. So, couldn't just anybody ask for the "student discount"?
This makes me think that the education edition might be in some way inferior to the regular edition. Usually they refer to it as the "same product with student discount", not an entirely different "edition".
So could someone verify that it is indeed the same program as the $450.00 "normal" version before I buy this?
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by Zirngibism; June 2nd, 2007 at 04:57 PM.
As far as I know, the only difference is the user license agreement (no commercial use allowed).
They may ask for verification when the order is processed.
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