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Adobe Acrobat 6
Adobe Acrobat 6 (designer-info.com)
A major overhaul of the creation and review of PDF files and new high-end design capabilities add to Acrobat’s existing strengths.
Adobe Illustrator 10
Adobe Illustrator 10 (designer-info.com)
New tools, distortion effects, symbol support, data-driven imaging, image slicing and improved SWF and SVG Web output see Illustrator 10 pushing forward on all fronts.
Adobe InDesign 2.0
Adobe InDesign 2.0 (cnet.com)
InDesign’s multipurpose output and fabulous typography tools finally push it through Quark’s glass ceiling.
Adobe Photoshop 7
Adobe Photoshop 7 (macworld.com)
Photoshop 7 is quite simply the best version of Photoshop ever.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0 (macworld.com)
Those who have Photoshop experience may just conclude that Elements 2.0 has all the digital-imaging power they need, at a much more affordable price.
CorelDraw Graphics Suite 11.0
CorelDraw Graphics Suite 11.0 (cnet.com)
CorelDraw Graphics Suite 11.0 has applications for professional-level illustration, image editing, and Web graphics.
Macromedia Freehand MX
Macromedia Freehand MX (macworld.com)
Powerful new illustration tools and enhanced integration with other MX programs have earned FreeHand its MX moniker.
Microsoft Office 11.0
Microsoft Office 11.0 (cnet.com)
Microsoft has enhanced some of Office 2003’s applications… but most Office enhancements benefit large-scale setups.
Microsoft Office X for Mac
Microsoft Office X for Mac (cnet.com)
If you’ve been waiting for a good reason to purchase Mac OS X, Office X is it.
Microsoft Publisher 2003
Microsoft Publisher 2003 (designer-info.com)
New designs, projects and output options boost Publisher’s office-based publishing.
QuarkXPress 5.0 (zdnet.com)
If you’ve used a previous version of Quark, you’ll absolutely want this upgrade.
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