Adobe releases version 7 of Adobe Reader with beta version for Linux (Changed)

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Adobe released version 7 of its software for creating PDF files. This new update is available in two versions (standard and professional) and includes new collaborative tools and a version beta Adobe Reader 7 for Linux.

This new version is released on the same day as the LiveCycle Policy Server, which allows companies to centralize permissions to use, modify, print or read a certain PDF file.

Among the new features of the professional version of Adobe Reader 7 are the update of the functionality that allows the publication of technical documents, an answer from Adobe to the competitor AutoDesk that has been reinforcing its bet on this type of software of support

The full version of Acrobat Reader 7 requires an available space for download 19.8MB, to which 6.5MB is added if the user wants to do the download Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0 Starter Edition.

Regarding the beta version of software for creating PDF files in Linux environments, it addresses a set of fundamental concerns that include better download of files compared to the previous version.

Prices for Portugal of the new version of the software are 415.31 euros for the format standard in pre-order and 136.85 euros for upgrades versions 4, 5 or 6. The prices shown already include VAT and are the same for Windows or Macintosh operating systems, as well as for Portuguese and English.

Editorial Note [2005-01-07 11:00] The news was changed to introduce the prices in force for the Portuguese market.

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