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Adobe offers mid-level Acrobat

Adobe has announced the release of Acrobat Approval 5.0, a new package designed to bridge the gap between the full version of Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader, its free PDF document viewer.

David Rodrigues, senior product manager for Adobe's ePaper Solutions Group, claimed Acrobat Approval 5.0 would allow users to fill in, spell check, digitally sign and then forward documents that have been created by others using the full Acrobat 5.0 product.

Users currently need the full version of Acrobat to create documents in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) and fields in a document that can be digitally signed by others.

In a statement, Adobe said Acrobat Approval 5.0 could prove cost-effective by allowing companies to put the full version of Acrobat in the hands of a few employees. The new product could be distributed among those whose only requirement was to approve documents.

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