What's down the road for Adobe?

C.A.; Abes, Cathy
November 1995
Macworld;Nov95, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p132
Focuses on Adobe Systems Inc.'s emphasis on strengthening integration between all of its major products. User-interface consistency; Extensible color-management system; Plug-in technology; Promotion of Acrobat as a standard for online publishing.


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