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Using CS3 on a third computer

Using CS3 on a third computer

Using CS3 on a third computer

Hi there, I'm new to forums but haven't had much help from Adobe support so thought I'd ask my question here.
I have just bought a third computer (Imac). I have been using CS3 Design Standard on my first computer (Imac) and on my Macbook Pro successfully for over a year. I have just purchased a NEW Imac and would like to use CS3 on that as well. I have called Adobe support to see if I can use it on a 3rd computer and they have said no. For some reason I thought I could purchase a 'multi licence' which would allow me to do this, but he didn't offer that. He just said I would have to buy a new full version. I would be the only user and I would quit from all programmes from one computer while using the other.
Does anyone know if this is possible? I am happy to pay for another licence if that's what it takes. I would rather not have to buy a whole new CS3!

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