Software Reviews

When you are ready to purchase the most recent release of your graphic design or desktop publishing application to get the latest and greatest tools, make sure you know what you're paying for. We've taken a look at some of the most popular titles and provided a list of reviews from around the Web. Before you head off to the computer store, find out if the upgrade is worth the price or whether you might want to wait until the next version.

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    Adobe Unveils New Acrobat X Solutions. Easily create, review and share compelling documents with greater productivity across organizations.

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    With new brushes, variable-width strokes, and numerous enhancements, is Illustrator CS5 worth the upgrade price? We put it all in perspective (literally).

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    Something old, something new... and a whole lot more you can do. InDesign CS5 walks the tightrope between what users need now and what Adobe thinks they'll need in the future.

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    Finally, the makeover designers have been waiting for.

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    The twenty-year-old Photoshop was created in another era of computing, and that's beginning to show. However, just about every Photoshop user will find something to love in the new CS5.

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    The new Windows and Mac release harnesses intelligence and technology to create amazing photos.

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    Office 2010 is a dazzlingly attractive upgrade, but probably essential only for enterprise customers who need the new collaboration features.

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    Office for the Mac roars back with fast, powerful application suite the best of its kind for the OS X platform.

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    The new look, improvements and features of Microsoft Publisher 2010 make it worth a second look, even if you have never used Publisher before. The ribbon interface, Backstage View and other changes may take time to get used to, but the enhancements you find when you do will prove to be worth the effort.

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    This font manager is easy to use and, with a one-year subscription to the WebINK web font service, is useful for both print designers and Web designers.

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    The Web design program enters the age of CMS, CSS3, and HTML5.