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Adobe releases Acrobat 7 with Linux reader support

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Posted 05 January 2005 - 10:14 PM

Adobe releases Acrobat 7 with Linux reader support. Adobe Systems has released version 7 of its Acrobat software for creating PDF files, with upgraded collaboration features and a beta version of its free Adobe Reader 7 for Linux.Acrobat Version 7, released Wednesday, comes in two versions, the USD 299 Standard edition for most people who want to create PDF, or portable document format, files, and the USD 449 Professional edition with some higher-end features. In addition, Adobe changed the name of Acrobat Reader to Adobe Reader.... Also Wednesday, Adobe released its LiveCycle Policy Server software, which lets organizations govern which users may read, modify, print, save or e-mail PDF documents. The software costs USD 50,000.
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