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Purchase license ... and greatly increase the speed of your layouts in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator!
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How long does it take you to setup your layouts in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator? Probably longer than it needs to. Ever thought about the cost of that time? With a license for Grid Calculator Basic Edition you'll be creating layouts for Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator in lightning speed.
 
Step 1 of 3: Terms and Conditions
I understand that my credit card payment will be processed instantly once I 'Checkout' from the Shopping Cart. Both the serial number(s) and the invoice will be sent by email.

Subscription is per auto-renewal. It's the customers responsability to cancel the subscription in time. Cancellation can be done via the link you get in your receipt, within that link you can also see your next billing date. We do not refund subscriptions fees. By placing a subscription order you understand that it's a yearly re-billing plan.

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Before placing a 'Purchase Order' or similar, where no credit card is used (for Creative Cloud subscription) you must contact us via support first, in order to get special access.
License Activation and Deactivation
In order to 'Activate' my license I must be connected to the Internet. Internet access is also required for 'Deactivation'.
 
Step 2 of 3: Details and License $79/year
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
"Just installed it and ran to find you on Facebook and thank you for this time saver! Brilliant!"
— Nahum Yamin
 
"There are a few grid calculators out there now but none export to Photoshop or Illustrator as easily as this one." — Mark Dyer
 
"In the (almost) six months I've been using the Grid Calculator, I've found it an invaluable tool for my daily workflow. I use it with every single project I take on and I don't think I've voluntarily quit the program yet it only quits when I have to do a reboot"
— Casimir Fornalski