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Adobe Acrobat 7 for Linux

Adobe gave Linux a miss when they released Adobe Acrobat 6, but it looks like the company has finally put out version 7 for Linux. The Inquirer has a good look at the new version and a link to Adobe's FTP server with Acrobat Reader 7. It's a relatively small piece of the puzzle for Linux users, but it's very necessary component for any business or organization that wants to use Linux on the desktop. Many, many documents are distributed as PDFs. The old version of Acrobat reader was definitely getting long in the tooth — and unable to handle some newer PDFs. Version 7 looks to be much improved. If you're looking for open source PDF viewer, check out this Guide to PDF Viewers.

Adobe gave Linux a miss when they released Adobe Acrobat 6, but it looks like the company has finally put out version 7 for Linux. The Inquirer has a good look at the new version and a link to Adobe’s FTP server with Acrobat Reader 7.

It’s a relatively small piece of the puzzle for Linux users, but it’s very necessary component for any business or organization that wants to use Linux on the desktop. Many, many documents are distributed as PDFs. The old version of Acrobat reader was definitely getting long in the tooth — and unable to handle some newer PDFs. Version 7 looks to be much improved. If you’re looking for open source PDF viewer, check out this Guide to PDF Viewers.

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