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Old 05-04-2006, 02:02 AM   #1
LoisWakeman
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Default What's the beef on Acrobat 7?

I have one more day to decide whether to upgrade at 20% off. So - is it worth it or not?

I more or less gave up on 6 because I had lots of silly problems and several clients are still on v5. (In fact, I still use v4 Distiller as it seems very stable and does the basic jobs well! Of course Exchange 4 lacks a lot of useful stuff.)
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