Productive Adobe

June 2003
Management Services;Jun2003, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p27
Academic Journal
Adobe Systems has introduced Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional software, an extension of the new Acrobat 6.0 product line that enables creative professionals to confidently drive electronic processes using the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). The product provides designers, production artists, service providers, and printers with a host of enhanced tools that increase efficiencies across the creative process, from document creation and client reviews to final output. Acrobat 6.0 Professional allows creative professionals to quickly validate file quality and ensure proper document output. Along with advanced viewing tools that significantly improve page navigation, the product offers powerful and extensive preparation, output preview and colour separation features to ensure Adobe PDF files will be viewed and printed exactly as intended. Preparation reports can now be embedded in Adobe PDF files to provide information to printers about potential trouble spots in print jobs.


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