Re: USING MULTIPLE VERSIONS OF JAWS

Version 5.x does *not* require a different authorization scheme unless you 
go from Windows xp home to windows xp pro.  So, if you're using windows xp 
home and you   upgrade from JAWS version 4.51 to version 5.1 let's say,you 
are not required to use a different type of authorization to 
upgrade.  Simply install the new version and it just starts working like 
before.


At 10:17 AM 11/7/2004, you wrote:
>Hello list,
>Is anyone using multiple versions of Jaws, under multiple authorizations?
>I am using multiple versions of Jaws, under one authorization,
>but I'm going to upgrade to version 5x, which will probably involve a
>different authorization.
>So I'm wondering if this will interfere with the authorization already
>installed on my system.
>Thanks,
>Richard Justice
>
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