> Great. I'll try BootCamp and Windows. Until Adobe provides us a way to > do otherwise, this sounds like an interesting challenge. > If you don't want to reboot all the time, consider Parallels. There is a little speed hit, but hardly noticeable in Frame. When you run in full-screen mode, you'll hardly know you are on a Mac.
Also, there is another program called CrossOver Mac <http://www.codeweavers.com/beta/cxmac/> that supposedly runs Windows programs on a Mac without needing Windows. I have not tested it and it is currently in beta--but it sounds interesting. David Creamer I.D.E.A.S. - Results-Oriented Training http://www.IDEAStraining.com Adobe Certified Trainer & Expert (since 1995) Authorized Quark Training Provider (since 1988) Markzware, Enfocus, FileMaker Certified Apple Consultant Network member (since 1990)