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Old 12-02-2005, 07:39 AM   #1
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Default Adobe CS3 Platinum anyone????

Filled out a comprehensive survey today on the future of page layout softrware. They (absolutdata.net) wanted to know mostly if I was a user of InD CS2 or QXP or would pick InDesign CS3 over QXP7 or vice versa in the future.

Without wanting to bore you too much, they had various pricing options and wanted to know which pricing structure was most attractive...

What really caught my eye however, was this as an option:

Creative Suite Premium

Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe InDesign
Adobe GoLive
Adobe Version Cue
Adobe Bridge
Adobe Acrobat Pro

Creative Suite Platinum

Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Version Cue
Adobe Adobe Bridge
Adobe Acrobat Pro
Adobe Dreamweaver (in place of GoLive)
Adobe Flash

Do they know something we don't???

How many would buy Platinum over Premium which becomes the new Standard??

Looks like this survey was paid for by Adobe perhaps...???
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