You might run into a problem while using an Adobe Product. The problem might actually be more common than you think, and it may already have been reported and solved by someone else. To get help, locate the “Help” menu. If you are on Windows, you can simply press the F1 key to be directed to the help section for that product on Adobe’s Website.
Alternatively, you can click this link to be taken to Adobe’s help website. Scroll down to look for your product and then click it. From here, you can look for popular topics, ask a question to the community/forum, or even contact Adobe if none of these options help.
If you are looking for tutorials or training regarding your Adobe product, check out lynda.com. Lynda.com is an ever-growing library of video tutorials for softwares on your computer. You can use it to learn a new skill, or improve your existing skills!
For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or email@example.com.
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