Cannot find the windows version of the MAC version only 11 items.  How can I get the Windows version?

I bought 11 elements but somehow, I managed to lose the CD for the windows version and now I have a Windows PC.  I don't think that I've ever loaded after that I bought it.  Is it possible to get the downloadable version of windows?

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