Users will need to pay an upgrade fee to use any version that is **released**
after 6 years of registering (see example in FAQ below). The upgrade fee is the same as the current
registration fee - **less 15%** (ie, $17 for a single user license).

An upgraded license entitles the user to a further **6 years** of free upgrades.

**A.** No. No. No! You will **never** have to pay again to continue using the version you purchased.

You are also entitled to **free** upgrades for **6 years**.
However, you will need to pay if you want to upgrade to any version that is released after 6 years.

**A.** The cost of the upgrade is exactly the same as the current new registration price **LESS 15%**. That is, $17
for a single user license.

Once you have upgraded, you are entitled to **free** upgrades for a further **6** years.
Therefore, the total cost of using the latest version of **V** over 12 years is **$37**.

**A.** The upgrade cost is the same as the original purchase price **LESS 15%**.
The only exception is for **Unlimited Site Licenses** where a **50%** discount applies.

**A.** No. You are entitled to a **free** upgrade because the version you are upgrading
to was released within 6 years of registering. The fact that you are upgrading **after** 6 years
does not matter - it is the release date of the version you are upgrading to that counts.

**A.**The new Upgrade Policy began on September 1, 2005.

**A.** As from Version 7.2, the date is displayed in the About Box.

They will expire in **2012**. That is, 6 years from upgrading and not 12 years from first registering.

They will expire in **2012**. That is, 12 years from first registering and not 6 years from upgrading.

They will expire in **2014**. That is, 6 years from upgrading instead of 12 years from first registering.