Release Notes for Summer 2020 release of Technical Communication Suite
For the latest system requirements, visit the Technical Communication Suite system requirements page.
For detailed instructions on installation, refer the Technical Communication suite Installation Guide.
Technical Communication Suite trials are "try and buy", allowing you to evaluate individual products or editions and then convert the installed trial to a full version. You can convert from a trial to a full version at any time by signing up for a subscription.
Install fonts into a default system font directory. If the installer finds older versions of these fonts in the default system font directory, it uninstalls the older versions, and saves them to a new directory. The default system font directory is:
On Windows: <drive>:\Windows\Fonts
The older fonts are saved in the new directory:
On Windows: <drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\SavedFonts\current
This new directory also contains a file named "Read Me.html" which lists the saved fonts and the version numbers of the new and of the old font files.
You can reinstall the older fonts by deleting the new font files from the default system font directory, and moving the old files back into that directory.
You must accept the license agreement and warranty terms to use this product. Visit End-User License Agreements (EULAs) for details. This product will not function without mandatory activation and registration via the Internet. Phone activation is not available. See Activate and deactivate Adobe products for details.
Adobe's single user license allows installation of a single product license on two machines (such as one work machine and one home machine) provided the software is used by the same individual and not concurrently on both machines.
If you want to install the product on a third computer, you must first deactivate the software on one computer. To deactivate, choose Help > Deactivate / Sign Out.
Visit Adobe Technical Communication Suite Learn & Support, which provides assistance with product information, contacting customer support, sales, registration, and other issues.
Outside North America visit Adobe Customer Care, sign in using your Adobe ID, choose the product for which you need support, select the type of issue to get support information.