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Adobe Systems: Innovations in Web Publishing and ePaper(R) Solutions(R)
Hannover (ots) - For Adobe Systems, the first CeBIT of the new millennium will revolve around its solutions for Web, Design, Publishing and Dynamic Media. In addition to Adobe Photoshop 5.5, GoLive 4.01 and Acrobat 4.0, Adobe will be presenting Adobe InDesign 1.0, its page-layout software for professional use. Exciting new products from the worlds of Web Publishing and Adobe ePaper(R) Solutions(R) will also be making their debut. All this on a space considerably larger than last year's Adobe booth and with two movie theatres - one of which is reserved exclusively for web solution presentations. Adobe Systems has Booth C03 in Exhibit Hall 9 at the CeBIT 2000.
Web solutions are a main focus of Adobe's tradeshow presence this year: Be it Adobe GoLive 4.01, the world's leading software for Web design, Adobe Photoshop 5.5 with enhanced Internet functionality for Web graphics or the entire Web Collection - Adobe provides Web solutions for professional demands. Thus, in addition to playing a leading role in print publishing, Adobe is well on its way to leadership in the web publishing sector as well. The technology innovations to be revealed at the CeBIT will expand the spectrum of Adobe's web solutions even further.
Adobe ePaper(R) Solutions(R) -Adobe Systems has coined this umbrella term to describe the sum of its solutions for a paperless workflow. Alongside Adobe Acrobat 4.0, Adobe's new Acrobat Business Tools, created especially for corporate users, will be on display in Hannover. Meanwhile, a brand-new ePaper product, making its debut at the CeBIT, promises the simple digitalisation and publication of office documents.
Last year, Adobe introduced InDesign 1.0, the basis for a new publishing platform for professionals. Adobe is continually expanding the Publishing platform and, on the occasion of the CeBIT 2000, will be introducing the just-announced Adobe InCopy 1.0: a text system based on InDesign's expandable architecture that gives editors a simple means of cooperating with designers on large-scale projects such as newspapers or magazines.
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