Adobe showcases creative studio

Adobe is showcasing a host of new products at today's show. Topping the agenda for the software vendor is its recently released Creative Studio package, which is available in two versions, Premium and Standard.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  October 17, 2003

Adobe is showcasing a host of new products at today's show. Topping the agenda for the software vendor is its recently released Creative Studio package. Creative Studio, which is available in two versions, Premium and Standard, bundles the Adobe's Illustrator 11, PhotoShop 8, InDesign 3, GoLive 3, Acrobat 6 and Version Q in one package.

"Adobe has been developing creative design software for the last 20 years, and we have always made integration a major part of our offering. With this package we have taken it a step forward," says Ibrahim Lahoud, Middle East regional manager, Adobe Systems Europe.

"Creative Studio offers design professionals and amateurs alike much greater ease of management and ease of installation," he adds.

Prior to Gitex, Adobe has taken Creative Studio on a whistle stop tour of three Middle East markets, where is it has received a warm welcome. However, the products real test in the region will be when Adobe introduces an Arabised version of the software.

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