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The email address attached to my license is outdated. How do I change it?
Visit our Lost License Codes form, enter the (outdated) email address that is currently associated with your license. Click the “Find License Codes” butt
- 2008-10-31 - Similar Articles

I lost my license code!
Not a problem - you can e-mail a summary of all your licenses to yourself using our Lost License Codes form.
- 2006-06-10 - Similar Articles

Licensing Spell Catcher X 10.2 and later
If you are still using Spell Catcher X 10.2, update your installation to the most recent version. Numerous simplifications and other improvements related to licensing th
- 2011-06-05 - Similar Articles

Licensing Spell Catcher X when starting up from an external Firewire drive on multiple machines
It's perfectly OK to use the same single-user license on more than one of your own computers (your desktop and laptop for instance). You just need to request your license key
- 2011-06-05 - Similar Articles

Why did you change your license codes?
There are a number of reasons why we changed our codes and the way you license the software. This is a one-time only thing, please understand that it absolutely had to b
- 2005-01-12 - Similar Articles

Licensing Spell Catcher X on a Mac that is not connected to the internet
These are the steps that you should follow to obtain and install a key for a Macintosh that is not connected to the Internet. You must have some way to get a 2K file onto the
- 2011-06-05 - Similar Articles

I just upgraded my "SCX" license, but it's still going to expire!
Correct Your "SCX" license will expire after three weeks - at least as far as Spell Catcher X 10.2 is concerned. It can still be used with previous versions of Spel
- 2008-11-26 - Similar Articles

Licensing Spell Catcher Plus on a PC that is not connected to the Internet
These are the steps that you should follow to obtain and install a key for a PC that is not connected to the Internet NOTE: If you have a site license this procedure i
- 2004-03-11 - Similar Articles

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