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Acrobat Capture software streamlines the paper-to-digital process from start to finish with a host of powerful new capabilities that automate workflows, improve document content recognition, verify and correct information, and easily scale on multiple processors to meet high throughput requirements.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- Building on the widespread success of its Acrobat product line, Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq: ADBE) today announced Adobe(R) Acrobat(R) Business Tools software, designed to fulfill the needs of business users who require enhanced tools for interacting with Portable Document Format (PDF) documents beyond the view and print capabilities of Acrobat Reader software.
With enhanced support for a broad range of content types and expanded collaboration capabilities, Acrobat 9 will enable us to reach any audience with the right information, where and when it's needed.
Customers can obtain additional conversion capacity for Acrobat Capture 2.
Acrobat 9 is a response to this environment and is poised to fundamentally change how professionals communicate and collaborate using electronic documents.
an application programming interface (API), Acrobat Capture 2.
3Dconnexion's support of Acrobat 3D and Adobe Reader provides customers strong value.
11, Windows 95 or Windows NT running Adobe Acrobat Exchange 3.
The success of PDF Converter Professional is the result of a focused formula - delivering a PDF product designed specifically for business users, with the PDF quality of Acrobat but at one-third to one-fourth the cost," said Robert Weideman, senior vice president and general manager, Productivity Applications, Nuance.
By integrating Acrobat software with the World Wide Web, Adobe significantly increases the quality and type of content that customers can use on the Internet," said John Kunze, vice president and general manager of Internet Products and Technologies, Adobe Systems Incorporated.
As a result, Acrobat 3D now supports many of the latest versions of major CAD file formats, enabling users to easily convert 3D models from those formats to more secure and widely adopted PDF -- regardless of whether they have CAD software.
system uses Acrobat Player to display Adobe Portable Document Format