I don't know if I'm in the right place.  Adobe doesn't make it easy to get help.  My problem: several years ago, I bought Photshop elements 6.  Recently, I got a new pc running Windows 7 Professional.  My new pc is not a CD player.  Where can

Several years ago, I bought Photoehop items 6.  I got a new pc runiing Windows 7 Professional.  It is not a CD player.  Where can I go to download a full version?

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