Adobe has announced the immediate availability of Adobe Acrobat 9 software. Adobe had recently introduced the software.
According to Adobe, the latest Adobe Acrobat 9 offers a professional way of communication for organizations and individuals. Foremost improvement in Adobe Acrobat software is the supports for Adobe Flash technology. That means users can incorporate Adobe Flash Player compatible video and application files in PDF documents.
Also new concept named PDF Portfolios is included in the Acrobat 9 software, which enables users to assemble multiple media types into one. Moreover, the Adobe Acrobat 9 offers access to capabilities for collaborating live within a PDF document by working with Acrobat.com, a suite of hosted services is available for download as public beta at www.acrobat.com.
“Rapid, reliable communication is key to success on all of our projects,” said Shawn Pressley, director of project management systems and development at Hill International.
“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. We can include proposals, images, computer-aided design models and even Adobe Flash applications in a single PDF Portfolio to clearly communicate what is required of our local and global teams,” added Pressley.
The Acrobat 9 program includes three editions namely Acrobat 9 Standard, Acrobat 9 Pro, and the new Acrobat 9 Pro Extended software. All the three versions for Microsoft Windows, and Acrobat 9 Pro edition for Mac OS X, are immediately available in English, French, German, and Japanese languages.
Acrobat 9 Pro Extended is available for US $699, while registered users, who qualify earlier versions of Acrobat can upgrade to Acrobat 9 Pro Extended for US $229. The Acrobat 9 Pro can be purchased at the price of US $449 and users of qualifying earlier versions of Acrobat can upgrade to Acrobat 9 Pro for US $159. Acrobat 9 Standard is available for US $299 and registered users of qualifying earlier versions of Acrobat can upgrade to Acrobat 9 Standard for US $99.
On the other hand Adobe Reader 9 is expected to be available by July 2008.