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Oct 21st 2010 at 9:58 PM

Adobe® Creative Suite Design Premium® Read Me
Welcome to Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium. This document contains late-breaking product information, updates, and troubleshooting tips not covered in the Design Premium documentation.
Creative Suite 5 Design Premium components
Minimum system requirements
Install your software
Uninstall your software
Trial software
Electronic licensing
Registration information
Font installation
Known issues
Customer care
Other resources
Individual component information
Creative Suite 5 Design Premium components

Adobe® Photoshop® CS5 Extended

Adobe® Illustrator® CS5

Adobe® InDesign® CS5

Adobe® Acrobat® 9.3 Professional (separate DVD)

Adobe® Flash® Catalyst™ CS5

Adobe® Flash® Professional CS5

Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS5

Adobe® Fireworks® CS5

Adobe® Bridge CS5

Adobe® Device Central CS5

Adobe® Media Encoder CS5

Adobe® Extension Manager

Integrates with Adobe® CS Live Online Services*
*Adobe CS Live services are complimentary for a limited time and include Adobe® BrowserLab, Adobe® CS Review, Acrobat.com, Adobe® Story and SiteCatalyst® NetAverages** Learn more.
Minimum system requirements
Windows®

Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor

Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 3; Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise with Service Pack 1 (Service Pack 2 recommended); or Windows 7

1GB of RAM or more recommended

9.3GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash-based storage devices)

1280x800 display with qualified hardware-accelerated OpenGL graphics card, 16-bit color, and 256MB of VRAM

Some GPU-accelerated features require graphics support for Shader Model 3.0 and OpenGL 2.0

Some features in Adobe Bridge rely on a DirectX 9–capable graphics card with at least 64MB of VRAM

DVD-ROM drive compatible with dual-layer DVDs

Java™ Runtime Environment 1.5 (32 bit) or 1.6

QuickTime 7.6.2 software required for multimedia features

Adobe Flash® Player 10 software required to export SWF files

Broadband Internet connection required for online services**
Mac OS

Multicore Intel® processor

Mac OS X v10.5.7 or v10.6

1GB of RAM or more recommended

10.3GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on a volume that uses a case-sensitive file system or on flash-based storage

1280x800 display with qualified hardware-accelerated OpenGL graphics card, 16-bit color, and 256MB of VRAM

Some GPU-accelerated features require graphics support for Shader Model 3.0 and OpenGL 2.0

DVD-ROM drive compatible with dual-layer DVDs

Java™ Runtime Environment 1.5 or 1.6

QuickTime 7.6.2 software required for multimedia features

Adobe Flash® Player 10 software required to export SWF files

Broadband Internet connection required for online services**
For updates to system requirements, visit www.adobe.com/go/designpremium_systemreqs
For CS Live system requirements, visit www.adobe.com/go/cslive_requirements
** This product may allow you to extend its functionality by accessing certain features that are hosted online, including the Adobe CS Live online services ("Online Services"). The Online Services, and some features thereof, may not be available in all countries, languages, and/or currencies and may be discontinued or modified in whole or in part without notice. Use of the Online Services is governed by separate terms of use and by the Online Privacy Policy, and access to some services may require user registration. Some Online Services may be subject to fees and require a subscription. Fees subject to change. For more details and to review the applicable terms of use and Online Privacy Policy, visit www.adobe.com.
Install your software
Install a Creative Suite 5 edition from disc
The components of Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium are located on multiple DVDs:

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium Application DVD set (multiple discs)

Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Application DVD (single disc)
Each component has its own serial number.
Locate all installation media and serial numbers before you begin the installation process.
Install Creative Suite 5 Design Premium
Before you begin, close all applications, including your web browser. Make sure you have administrative privileges or can validate as an administrator.
If you are installing as an upgrade, the installer will check your system to find the valid upgrade product. If it cannot find it, it will ask you to input the serial number of the product being
upgraded. You can also install the software in trial, then input your new and previous serial numbers in the serialization screen shown during launch.
1.
Insert the Adobe Creative Suite Application DVD 1 into your DVD drive.
2.
Double-click Setup.exe (Windows) or Install.app (Mac OS) to begin the installation.
Note: Depending on your Autoplay settings in Windows, the Set-up.exe file may launch automatically.
3.
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
4.
When prompted to enter a serial number, enter your Adobe Creative Suite 5 edition serial number and complete the installation. Note: You may be asked to close conflicting processes in order to complete the installation.
Install Acrobat 9 Pro
If you already have Acrobat 9 Pro installed, either as part of a suite or as a standalone application, you do not need to reinstall it. Existing Acrobat 9 Pro users should download and install the most current updates. To check for updates, open Acrobat 9 Pro and choose Help > Check For Updates.
If you have Acrobat 8 or earlier installed on your computer, you must uninstall it before you install Acrobat 9 Pro.
1.
To remove Acrobat, do one of the following:
o
(Windows XP) Open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs. Select the product that you want to uninstall, click Change/Remove, then follow the onscreen instructions.
o
(Windows Vista and Windows 7) Open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Programs and Features. Select the product that you want to uninstall, click Uninstall/Change, then follow the onscreen instructions.
o
(Mac OS) Run the uninstaller located in the Acrobat Professional folder.
2.
Insert the Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Application DVD disc into your DVD drive.
3.
Do one of the following:
o
(Windows) Navigate to the root directory of your DVD drive and double-click the Setup.exe file to begin installation.
o
(Mac OS) Drag the Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro folder into your Applications folder. After the files are copied, launch Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro.
4.
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
5.
When prompted to enter a serial number, enter your Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro serial number and complete the installation.
Install a Creative Suite 5 edition from an electronic download
The components of Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium are contained in two downloadable packages:

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium Application

Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Application
Each Windows package contains two files: a .7z file and an .exe file. Each Mac OS package contains one DMG file.
Each component has its own serial number.
Install Creative Suite 5 Design Premium
Before you begin, close all applications, including your web browser. Make sure you have administrative privileges or can validate as an administrator.
If you are installing as an upgrade, the installer will check your system to find the valid upgrade product. If it cannot find it, it will ask you to input the serial number of the product being upgraded. You can also install the software in trial, then input your new and previous serial numbers in the serialization screen shown during launch.
1.
On the Your Downloads page, click the Akamai Download Manager link for Adobe Creative Suite 5 and wait for the file or files to completely download.
2.
(Mac OS) When the DMG file has finished downloading, a dialog box appears asking if you would like to launch the DMG file. Click OK. If the dialog box does not appear, navigate to the location where you saved the downloaded DMG file and double-click it to open the file. After the DMG file finishes verifying, a window will open containing the installer.
3.
Do one of the following:
o
(Mac OS) Double-click the Install.app file.
o
(Windows) Navigate to the director where you saved the installation files and double-click the .exe file associated with your product to extract the installation files. The filename is based on the product you purchased, such as DesignPremium_CS5_LSx.exe.
4.
After the files finish extracting, the installer should launch automatically. If it doesn’t, go to the folder that contains the extracted files. Open the folder named for the product that you purchased, then open the Adobe CS5 folder, and double-click Set-up.exe to begin installation.
5.
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
6.
When prompted to enter a serial number, enter your Adobe Creative Suite 5 serial number and complete the installation.
Note: You may be asked to close conflicting process in order to complete the installation process.
Install Adobe Acrobat 9
If you already have Acrobat 9 Pro installed, either as part of a suite or as a standalone application, you do not need to reinstall it. Existing Acrobat 9 Pro users should download and install the most current updates. To check for updates, open Acrobat 9 Pro and choose Help > Check For Updates.
If you have Acrobat 8 or earlier installed on your computer, you must uninstall it before you install Acrobat 9 Pro.
1.
To remove Acrobat, do one of the following:
o
(Windows XP) Open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs. Select the product that you want to uninstall, click Change/Remove, and then follow the onscreen instructions.
o
(Windows Vista and Windows 7) Open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Programs and Features. Select the product that you want to uninstall, click Uninstall/Change, and then follow the onscreen instructions.
o
(Mac OS) Run the uninstaller located in the Acrobat Professional folder.
2.
On the Your Downloads page, click the Akamai Download Manager link for Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro and wait for the file or files to download.
3.
Do one of the following:
o
(Windows) Navigate to the directory where you saved the installation files and double-click APRO0930_Win_ESD1_xxxx.exe to extract the installation files.
o
(Mac OS) When the DMG file has finished downloading, a dialog box appears asking if you would like to launch the DMG file. Click OK. If the dialog box does not appear, navigate to the location where you saved the downloaded DMG file and double-click it to open the file. After the DMG file finishes verifying, a new window will open containing the Acrobat 9 Pro folder.
4.
Do one of the following:
o
(Windows) After the files finish extracting, the installer should launch automatically. If it doesn’t, locate the folder that contains the extracted files. Open the Adobe Acrobat 9 folder, then open the Acrobat9 folder, and double-click Setup.exe to begin installation.
o
(Mac OS) Drag the Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro folder into your Applications folder. After the files are copied, launch Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro.
5.
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
6.
When prompted to enter a serial number, enter your Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro serial number to complete the installation.
For additional CS5 installation help, go to www.adobe.com/go/cs5install/
Known issues

You cannot install to the root drive. (#2316924)

Flash Catalyst cannot be selected for install when the user name includes 4-byte characters. (#BG095682)

Some products will not launch when the user name includes 4-byte or special characters, particularly the yen (¥) character. Affects Adobe Media Player, Dreamweaver, Flash Professional. (#BG081099, BG095671, BG094597, BG094587, BG095729, BG089964)

Flash Professional CS4 cannot be installed if CS5 is already installed. (#BG092750)
For more detailed information about troubleshooting your installation, go to www.adobe.com/go/support_loganalyzer.
Note: In order to install additional components or reinstall your software after your original installation, you will need access to the original installer (CD, DVD or the download from the web). Repair is not an available option.
Uninstall your software
Before you uninstall, close all applications currently running on your system—including other Adobe applications, Microsoft Office applications, and browser windows.
Do one of the following:

In Windows XP, open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs. Select the product that you want to uninstall, click Change/Remove, and then follow the on-screen instructions.

In Windows Vista and Windows 7, open the Windows Control Panel and double-click Programs and Features. Select the product that you want to uninstall, click Uninstall/Change, and then follow the on-screen instructions.

IMPORTANT: Mac OS has new uninstall functionality. DO NOT drag applications to the trash to uninstall them. To safely uninstall on Mac OS X, double-click the product installer in Applications/Utilities/Adobe Installers or double-click on the Uninstall alias located in the Application folder. Select Remove Components, then Authenticate as an Administrator and follow the on-screen instructions.
Known issues

Products will not appear in the Deactivation screen until they have been launched. (#BG091275)

On Windows, uninstalling a CS4 product after installing a CS5 product may affect registry entries for CS5. (BG081801)
Note: If you want to install the product on a different computer, you must first deactivate the software on your computer. To deactivate, choose Help > Deactivate.
Trial software
Entering a serial number
Enter the serial number for the software you purchased in the serialization screen. The serialization screen will load the first time you launch the application. You can enter a serial number for the application itself or a serial number for any Creative Suite that contains the application. If the product you purchased is one of the Creative Suites, you can enter the serial number in any of the applications contained in the Creative Suite. Other applications installed as part of the same Creative Suite will recognize the new serial number the next time the applications are launched.
Only applications running as a trial will recognize the new serial number. If any of the applications have already been serialized with a different serial number, it will continue to use that serial number until you remove the older serial number using the Help > Deactivate > Deactivate Permanently. Then on the next launch of the application, it will recognize the new serial number.
The serial number you purchased is for the use of the software in a specific language, and will only be accepted by a product installed in that language.
Volume licensing
Volume licensing customers cannot purchase from a trial directly. However, a volume licensing serial number can be used to serialize all Creative Suite applications, except the Acrobat 9 trial or retail versions that ship with Creative Suite. Acrobat 9 volume licensing software must be purchased from an authorized Adobe licensing center. Please contact your reseller or authorized Adobe licensing center to place an order for a volume license. To find a reseller in your area, go to http://partners.adobe.com/resellerfinder/na/reseller.jsp.
Acrobat trial software
Windows: Your Acrobat and Creative Suite applications are located on two different DVDs or download files. You must install Acrobat and Creative Suite applications separately. If you wish to purchase these applications, you will need to provide separate serial numbers for Acrobat and the Creative Suite edition.
Macintosh: Acrobat is not available for trial on Macintosh. If you wish to purchase a Creative Suite product, a Macintosh compatible version of Acrobat will be provided. To find a reseller in your area, go to http://partners.adobe.com/resellerfinder/na/reseller.jsp.
For additional information please visit www.adobe.com/go/a9_installation
Electronic licensing
You must accept the license agreement and warranty terms to use this product. See www.adobe.com/go/eulas for details. This product may automatically attempt to activate over the Internet. See www.adobe.com/go/activation for details.
Registration information
Creating an Adobe ID registers your software and sets up access to Adobe CS Live online services. In order to take advantage of your complimentary access to CS Live online services, and get up-to-date product information, training, newsletters, and invitations to Adobe events and seminars, you must register your product.
To learn more about CS Live online services, visit www.adobe.com/go/cslive_ps.
Font installation
All font related documentation is online. Visit http://www.adobe.com/type/browser/landing/creativesuite/creativesuite5.html to find our OpenType User Guide, OpenType ReadMe, links to font specific readmes, listings of fonts installed by the different CS5 products, and listings of fonts included on DVD for each of the CS5 products.
The Creative Suite 5 installer installs fonts into a default system font directory. Many of these fonts are newer versions of fonts installed by Creative Suite 4. If the installer finds older versions of these fonts in the default system font directory, it will uninstall the older versions, and save them to a new directory. The default system font directory is:
Apple Macintosh: <System Disk>/Library/Fonts
Windows: <System Disk>:\Windows\Fonts
The older fonts will be saved in the new directory:
Apple Macintosh: <System Disk>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/SavedFonts/current
Windows: <System Disk>:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\SavedFonts\current
This new directory will also contain a file named "Read Me.html" which lists the saved fonts, and the version numbers of the new and old font files.
You can re-install the older fonts by deleting the new font files from the default system font directory, and moving the old files back into that directory.
There are additional fonts on the content disc. For information on installing these fonts, see http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_fontinstall_en.
Known issues
Please refer to Adobe Support for late-breaking information and known issues for all Creative Suite 5 components.
GB18030 support for Windows XP
In order to support the display of all characters of the Chinese standard GB18030 on Windows XP systems, Adobe recommends the installation of the Microsoft GB18030 Support Package. This support package will update an XP system with, among other things, fonts and input-method-editors (IMEs) to correctly support GB18030. The support package is available as a download from the Microsoft website. (#BG061690)
For InDesign CS5:
SetNewUIfont and ClearNewUIfont for GB18030-2000 standard support
On Microsoft® Windows® XP, set the registry to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters in the UI by running the registry script file "SetNewUIfont.reg". This will only affect UI in InDesign and not your OS. The registry script is an optional procedure and doesn’t need to be run unless there is a need to display 4-byte characters in the UI.
Note: This workaround will not work for the dialogs managed by the operating system (i.e. Open, Save...etc).
To set the UI font to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters:
1.
Make sure the Adobe InDesign application is not currently running.
2.
Copy the file “SetNewUIfont.reg” to your desktop. This file may be found on either the CS5 Content DVD or the InDesignFamily_7_Content_LS1 as part of an electronic software download package. Locate it in the 简体中文 > 实用组件 > Adobe InDesign CS5 folder.
3.
Double click the “SetNewUIfont.reg” to set the UI font for InDesign.
4.
Launch InDesign again, the UI should be enabled to view 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters in all dialogs managed by InDesign.
To revert the UI font to original settings:
1.
Make sure the Adobe InDesign application is not currently running.
2.
Copy the file “ClearNewUIFont.reg” to your desktop. This file may be found on either the CS5 Content DVD or the InDesignFamily_7_Content_LS1 as part of an electronic software download package. Locate it in the 简体中文 > 实用组件 > Adobe InDesign CS5 folder.
3.
Double-click the “ClearNewUIFont.reg” to clear the new UI font for InDesign.
4.
Launch InDesign again, the UI should be reset to InDesign standard UI font.
NOTE: The registry script is created to display GB18030 standard 4-byte characters in InDesign UI, and should be run on native Simplified Chinese Win XP.
For Illustrator CS5:
SetNewUIfont and ClearNewUIfont for GB18030-2000 standard support
On Microsoft® Windows® XP, set the registry to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters in the UI by running the registry script file "EnableGB18030.reg". This will only affect UI in Illustrator and not your OS. The registry script is an optional procedure and doesn’t need to be run unless there is a need to display 4-byte characters in the UI.
Note: This workaround will not work for the dialogs managed by the operating system (i.e. Open, Save...etc).
To set the UI font to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters:
1.
Make sure the Adobe Illustrator application is not currently running.
2.
Copy the file “EnableGB18030.reg” to your desktop. This file may be found on either the CS5 Content DVD or the IIlustrator_15_Content_LS3 as part of an electronic software download package. Locate it in the 简体中文 > 实用组件 > Adobe Illustrator CS5 folder.
3.
Double click the “EnableGB18030.reg” to set the UI font for Illustrator.
4.
Launch Illustrator again, the UI should be enabled to view 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters in all dialogs managed by Illustrator.
To revert the UI font to original settings:
1.
Make sure that Adobe Illustrator application is not currently running.
2.
Copy the file “DisableGB18030.reg” to your desktop. This file may be found on either the CS5 Content DVD or the Illustrator_15_Content_LS3 as part of an electronic software download package. Locate it in the 简体中文 > 实用组件 > Adobe Illustrator CS5 folder.
3.
Double-click the “DisableGB18030.reg” to clear the new UI font for Illustrator.
4.
Launch Illustrator again, the UI should be reset to Illustrator standard UI font.
NOTE: The registry script is created to display GB18030 standard 4-byte characters in Illustrator UI, and should be run on native Simplified Chinese Win XP.
For Photoshop CS5:
Files and instructions on how to set the UI font to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters are located in the GB18030 folder on the CS5 Content DVD, in the 简体中文 > 实用组件 > Adobe Photoshop CS5 folder.
For Fireworks CS5:
On Windows XP (Simplified Chinese), because the application’s default Chinese font is SimSun, 4-byte GB18030 characters aren’t displayed correctly. As a workaround, use the two scripts provided with Fireworks CS4 installer (SetNewUIFont and ClearNewUIFont) for GB18030 standard support. These two scripts are installed at the following location: [drive:]\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Fireworks CS4\Simplified Chinese\.
To set the UI font to enable 4-byte GB18030 characters:
1.
Make sure that Adobe Fireworks CS4 is not currently running.
2.
Double click the “SetNewUIFont.reg” to set the UI font for Fireworks.
3.
Launch Fireworks again, the UI should be enabled to view 4-byte GB18030 characters in all dialogs managed by Fireworks.
To revert the UI font to original settings:
1.
Make sure that Adobe Fireworks CS4 is not currently running.
2.
Double-click the “ClearNewUIFont.reg” to clear the new UI font for Fireworks.
3.
Launch Fireworks again, the UI should be reset to Fireworks standard UI font.
Note: You must restart Windows after running these scripts.

Fireworks CS4 does not display 4-byte characters in the document tab’s title on Windows XP. As a workaround, name the titles with ASCII or 2-byte Chinese characters.

On Windows XP and Windows Vista, some 2-byte and all 4-byte characters might not be correctly pasted to Illustrator when you use the Copy Path Outlines feature in Fireworks.

On Windows XP and Windows Vista, some 2-byte and all 4-byte characters might not be displayed correctly in the Create Slideshow dialog when they are typed in from the keyboard.

On Windows XP, some 2-byte and all 4-byte characters might not be displayed correctly in the HTML Slice on the canvas.
Customer care
Customer Service
Adobe Customer Service provides assistance with product information, sales, registration, and other non-technical issues. To find out how to contact Adobe Customer Service, please visit Adobe.com for your region or country and click on Contact.
Support Plan Options and Technical Resources
If you require technical assistance for your product, including information on complimentary and fee-based support plans and troubleshooting resources, more information is available at http://www.adobe.com/go/support/. Outside of North America, go to http://www.adobe.com/go/intlsupport/, click on the drop down menu under the question “Need a different country or region?”, choose a different country or region, then click GO. Alternatively, you can click on Change beside the country name at the top of the screen to select a different country or region.
Free troubleshooting resources include Adobe’s support knowledgebase, Adobe user-to-user forums, Adobe Support Advisor and more. We are continually making additional tools and information available online in order to provide you with flexible options for resolving issues as fast as possible.
If you are having any issues with installing or uninstalling any of your Creative Suite 5 applications, please try rebooting your system prior to contacting Support. For additional CS5 installation help, go to www.adobe.com/go/cs5install/.
Other resources
Online Resources
For complete Help plus community-based instruction, inspiration and support, go to www.adobe.com/go/learn_cs_en.
Adobe website
Adobe TV
Adobe CS Live
Adobe Design Center
Adobe Developer Connection
Adobe User Forums
Adobe User Groups
Adobe Marketplace and Exchange
Training &Certification
Adobe Certification Program
Adobe Partner Programs
Find an Adobe Authorized Training Center
Find an Adobe Authorized Print Service Provider
Individual component information
Adobe Acrobat 9.3 Professional
New Features
Adobe Bridge CS5
New Features
Adobe Device Central CS5
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5
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Adobe Fireworks CS5
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Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5
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Adobe Flash Professional CS5
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Adobe Illustrator CS5
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Adobe InDesign CS5
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Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended
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