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Monday, 15 November 2010 12:43

Adobe Acrobat X Pro out

Written by Nick Farell


Because sometimes you need a professional
Adobe has just released its latest version of Acrobat. Armed with the catchy name Adobe Acrobat X Pro, the software is designed to work better with Microsoft Office 2010.

It allows customising PDF portfolios and an improved optimised viewing mode. One feature, the convert or scan to PDF, will allow users to convert documents, emails, spreadsheets and websites into a quick and simple PDF form that can be viewed on a mobile device or a smart phone.

Users can export and edit PDF files by converting them to either Excel or Word and still be able to maintain the positioning of tables, columns and font attributes. Upgrades start around $199.00 for Adobe Acrobat X Pro, and $799.00 for Acrobat X Suite, which includes versions of Photoshop CS5, Captivate 5, Presenter 7, LiveCycle Designer ES2 and Adobe Media Encoder CS5.

Nick Farell

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0 #1 yasin 2010-11-15 19:41
$200 sure is a lot of money for .pdf files.though im sure they are bought by somebody
 

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