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Acrobat

A computer program that converts any document into the form it would look like if it were printed. Sometimes these documents can be edited in Acrobat, but not always. It preserves all colors and formatting the document had in other programs.
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The Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader provides a rich platform for digital books of all genres by including print capability, video and search features, and links directly to the Web," said Sue Kervorkian, an analyst with IDC.
The next screen asks, at the bottom left, whether or not to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Aimed at beginning to intermediate users, this practical guide describes 125 techniques that use Adobe Acrobat 8 to accomplish a variety of office communication tasks.
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Adobe has worked closely with federal departments and industry organizations to help them meet these regulation requirements, and has added numerous accessibility features to its award-winning Adobe Acrobat 5.
As people increasingly communicate and collaborate across the Internet, Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat Connect enable an effective workflow around documents, reliably reaching people around the world," said Kevin Lynch, senior vice president and chief software architect at Adobe.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-26 April 2001-New version of Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader now available (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
With the help of Adobe Acrobat and PDF, NDAs for everything from life-saving medications to basic over-the-counter treatments are being processed faster and more efficiently than ever, according to FDA officials, who say the benefits are undeniable.