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Old 04-04-2005, 06:03 AM   #1
Bill Murmann
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Default Which version of Acrobat?

I read a review this morning of Adobe Acrobat 7, which comes in a "Standard" version and a more-expensive "Professional" version.

Unfortunately, the reviewer didn't discuss the differences between the two versions of Acrobat--other than to suggest using the "Professional" version if you have a heavy production load.

I've been producing 3-color newsletters for a number of customers for years, using a commercial print shop to do typesetting, etc.

I know how to use MS Publisher to produce simple newsletters. I've been thinking of marketing a 1-stop service to potential customers. I would create the entire newsletter and simply send it as a PDF file to my commercial print shop for printing.

That's the plan. However, before attempting this I need to find out first if Acrobat 7 handles MS Publisher files, and whether or not I would need the "Standard" or "Professional" version.

I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.

--Bill
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