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Adobe Brings Power of Adobe PDF to Handheld Market

Wednesday, April 11, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

SAN JOSE, Calif. (April 10,2001)(Nasdaq:ADBE) --Building on its Network Publishing vision to deliver visually rich content anytime, anywhere on any device, Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced a public beta version of Acrobat® Reader ? for Palm OS®. The new software provides busy,mobile business professionals and others the flexibility and freedom to view content in the ubiquitous Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)on Palm Powered? handheld computers. A beta version of the product is immediately available for download free of charge from the Adobe.com Web site at www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/betareg.html. Acrobat Reader for Palm OS extends the value of the new Adobe® Acrobat® 5.0 software and Adobe PDF beyond desktop computers to handhelds ˜presenting text and images that appear exactly as intended in a true,platform- independent format. The product offers many powerful Adobe PDF features, even as it respects the simplicity of the Palm OS software. "Customers have expressed an overwhelming interest in reading Adobe PDF files on mobile computing devices like Palm handhelds," said Joe Eschbach, vice president, ePaper Solutions Group, Adobe. "This is something we wholeheartedly support.It fits our vision for the Acrobat product family and the future of Network Publishing, where people will have universal access to information.We're excited to provide the public early access to this new capability." "Reading Adobe PDF files while on-the-go has become an absolute necessity for business professionals today," said Alan Kessler, general manager for Palm 's Platform Solutions Group."I know Palm handheld users will be as delighted as we are to have Adobe PDF files available on the Palm OS platform."

 

 

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