Adobe CC Now Available To OU Faculty & Staff

Becky Weintz

Screen Shot 2014-11-12 at 10.15.15 AMAdobe Creative Cloud is now available to University of Oklahoma faculty and staff for use on University owned machines. This includes 20 Adobe applications, such as InDesign, Photoshop and DreamWeaver.

To access these Adobe products, simply go to itstore.ou.edu and login with your 4×4 and password. Click on free software downloads and Adobe will be listed. Design Standard and Design Web Premium are both available to download. You may also access each platform as an individual download.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • The license is for University-owned devices only.
  • Creative Cloud should not be installed from a network share drive. It needs to be downloaded to a local disk.
  • Acrobat Pro for Windows has a unique install. Please see directions (also included on the site and in the download).
  • There is a license file in each download. However, if you want to install another program in the future you will need to de-serialize then re-serialize your Adobe products. Instructions are included.
  • Remember to uninstall any current copies of the software before you get started.

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Need help?

  1. View our help articles for Adobe Installation
  2. Call 405-325-HELP or email needhelp@ou.edu

 

Becky Weintz
Becky Weintz

Originally from the East Coast, Becky Weintz moved from Washington D.C. to Oklahoma City in November of 2010 and began working for OU IT shortly thereafter. Prior to working for OU, Becky worked for TIG Global, an interactive marketing agency, managing website builds and online marketing campaigns for hospitality clients. She was lucky enough to be selected for a position in TIG Global’s London office and spent almost two years there enjoying the London sunshine and traveling around Europe visiting clients. Now she spends most of her time communicating all the great things about OU IT, working to finish her Masters of Education and hiding from tornadoes in her basement.

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