Adobe Systems Inc.
has announced the Adobe GoLive PDF Module and a new version of its Web Collection. Both moves have been made to further integrate its Portable Document Format (PDF) into the Web publishing workflow, according to the company.
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The GoLive PDF Module enables GoLive users to convert HTML content into Adobe PDF. The updated Web Collection suite now sports a full version of Adobe Acrobat, alongside the previously included Photoshop, GoLive and Illustrator.
The new Adobe Web Collection is expected to be available at North American retailers by the end of the month with an estimated street price of US$999. Adobe anticipates simultaneously shipping French, German, Spanish, Dutch and Swedish versions. A Japanese localized version is anticipated for early 2003.
The GoLive PDF Module will be included in the Universal English edition of the Adobe Web Collection by the end of 2002. That version will be sold in the U.S., U.K. and Canada. Upon release, Adobe will also offer it as an online download available for purchase for US$19.95.