New Adobe Acrobat 9 Supports Flash

Posted: Jun 1 2008, 11:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:27am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 

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Today Adobe Systems Incorporated introduced Adobe Acrobat 9 software.

Acrobat 9 delivers native support for Adobe Flash technology, the ability to unify a wide range of content in rich PDF Portfolios, and access to real-time capabilities for co-navigating a PDF document with colleagues.
With Flash support inside Acrobat 9 static documents can come to life now.
Acrobat 9 provides access to capabilities for collaborating live within a PDF document via new services available through Acrobat.com.

The Acrobat 9 family consists of Acrobat 9 Standard, Acrobat 9 Pro, and the new Acrobat 9 Pro Extended software. The most comprehensive member of the family, Acrobat 9 Pro Extended, includes Adobe Presenter software for easily turning Microsoft PowerPoint presentations into multimedia experiences that can be published as PDF files.

Acrobat 9 Pro Extended, Acrobat 9 Pro and Acrobat 9 Standard for Microsoft Windows®, and Acrobat 9 Pro for Mac OS X, are expected to be available by July 2008 in English, French, German, and Japanese language versions. Acrobat 9 Pro Extended is expected to be available for US$699, and registered users of qualifying earlier versions of Acrobat can upgrade to Acrobat 9 Pro Extended for US$229.
Acrobat 9 Pro is expected to be available for US$449, and registered users of qualifying earlier versions of Acrobat3 can upgrade to Acrobat 9 Pro for US$159.
Acrobat 9 Standard is expected to be available for US$299, and registered users of qualifying earlier versions of Acrobat can upgrade to Acrobat 9 Standard for US$99.
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