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I installed a 30-day "test drive" of QuarkXpress, but got pulled in to other projects and didn't have time to test it. I now need to test it, but the 30 days are up. So I want to install the "test drive" again, but it won't let me. So far I uninstalled the old copy, signed up under a different account, and downloaded a new version. I know there has to be application data somewhere, but I am a PC person and don't know where to look in the Apple. HELP! Thanks.

Oh, and if necessary, I am using Mac OS X (SnowLeopard) Version 10.6.8 on a MacPro

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Yea they usually hide bits on your computer somewhere hard to find so you can't just keep on installing the trial over and over again. – Mike Christensen Apr 11 '12 at 19:43
Try using AppDelete Or search within the directory ~Library/Application Support – WhiteTiger Apr 11 '12 at 19:46
@Brian ...put that up as an ANSWER rather than a comment, and I'll check that off since that's what I ended up doing! (shows how little I really know about Apple). And thanks! – SnowboardBruin Apr 12 '12 at 13:43
@mserin Which comment did you mean? The one from @WhiteTiger? Also, you can easily answer the question yourself and be more specific about what exactly you had to delete. – slhck Apr 14 '12 at 19:55
Well I think Brian deleted his, but @WhiteTiger worked as well! – SnowboardBruin May 2 '12 at 14:10

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