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Get Ready for Acrobat Reader 7.0
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/15/2004 01:19:00 PM.

Adobe Systems looks to meld its document management platform more firmly into business workflows as the company on Monday announces the next version of its Acrobat document interchange solution.

Version 7.0 expands the exchange capabilities of its reader application and features tighter integration with Microsoft Windows productivity and content applications.

As with previous versions Adobe divides its Acrobat franchise into four products:the free Acrobat Reader application that's available for multiple operating systems; Acrobat Elements, a site-licensed PDF (Portable Document Format) application; Acrobat Standard, the entry-level toolset; and Acrobat Professional, its full-featured content creation and management package.

Instead of just letting users read or print a document, the Reader 7.0 application now supports Acrobat's commenting tools as well as permitting users to fill in PDF forms.

For example, the Standard edition now lets users create PDFs from Office applications with the PDF Maker button; Acrobat 7.0 users on Windows will also gain this option for Access reports and Publisher projects.

In addition, Acrobat 7.0 will introduce a Web capture feature that will allow Windows users to convert Web pages from Internet Explorer—this will not work with alternative browsers such as the Mozilla Foundation's recently released Firefox.

In addition, the company offers a range of DRM (digital rights management) capabilities with its Acrobat LifeCycle Server line.

The Pro edition adds conversion of Autodesk Inc.'s AutoCAD, and Microsoft Visio and Project files, as well as comment importing into AutoCAD files.

In addition, Version 7.0 will also support the U3D (Universal 3D) file format standard currently under way in the approval process with ECMA International, the Geneva-based standards organization.

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