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Adobe Acrobat 6 Professional Quick Reference Guide Now Available

Monday, September 15, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

PHOENIX -- September 12, 2003 – The Adobe Acrobat 6 Professional Quick Reference Guide is now available for $14.95 from PDF Conference, at www.pdfconference.com. Authored by expert PDF trainer Carl Young, producer of the PDF Conference, the Acrobat 6 Professional Quick Reference Guide is a step-by-step guide to the most commonly-used features in Acrobat 6. Beginning Sept. 10 and through October 10, individuals and groups who sign up for the eighth PDF Conference scheduled for Anaheim, CA from November 10-12 will receive a free Acrobat 6 Quick Reference Guide with each paid registration. PDF Conference will host world-renowned PDF speakers such as Ted Padova and Dov Isaacs, as well as representatives of the world’s most important PDF companies, including Adobe, activePDF, and Enfocus. The Guide Based on FlipCard technology, the Acrobat 6 Quick Reference attaches to the computer monitor for easy access. This Quick Reference Guide was initially distributed by Adobe and is now available directly from www.pdfconference.com for $14.95 plus $3.50 shipping and handling. Overview of PDF Conference Tracks PDF Tech is aimed at system administrators and sophisticated users who are seeking specific, detailed information on technical aspects of PDF, including server-side solutions, the PDF Specification, JavaScript, installing and maintaining PDF workflows and web-based solutions. PDF Enterprise is a general category aimed at mainstream users who use Adobe Acrobat or a desktop application that produces PDF files. PDF Creative is for creative professionals and those in the graphic arts/printing industry. Topics of interest include transparency, fonts, color management, PDF/X and output issues relating to specific applications such as Quark Xpress and Adobe InDesign.




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