checking for downloaded programs

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bj nick

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I recently downloaded a trial version of Dreamweaver; a 30-day trial. I worked on it a little, then left it alone for a couple of days. Now, when i try to find it, I can't. Searches turn up file folders of several types, but nothing that will allow me to run the program.

Where is it???!!! Why won't a search turn up something...an .EXE file or whatever, that will allow me to access the program. It's hiding somewhere and I can't figure out how to find it. it's far from the thirty days...maybe 10, if that.

Trying to download it again from the site doesn't work; they say that my email is already in use, so they are preventing me from downloading it again. I know I can try to contact them next week, but does anybody have a clue on this?:(
 

bj nick

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Well, I did that, and looked at every file in the folders, and there is no way to open the program. Lots of files and folders, but no .exe or whatever I need.
 

Willy Duitt

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Try browsing to the Macomedia folder and on the toolbar click --> Tools --> folder options --> view --> and uncheck Hide extensions for known file types - then return to the folder and look for the executive file to launch the program and/or create a new shortcut...


.....Willy
 
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