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Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference 2006 announced

February 01, 2006

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AGI Training has announced that its Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference will return to Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida for 2006. The conference proper will be held from May 17-18, and a key topic of discussion will be the future direction of the PDF format after 2005's blockbuster merger between Adobe and Macromedia.

"The Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference brings together a great line-up of speakers and exhibitors, and the location in the heart of Walt Disney World in Orlando adds to its appeal," said Christopher Smith, the President of American Graphics Institute, who is also the chair of content for the conference. "This is the first opportunity for PDF users, developers and IT professionals to get an in-depth look at Acrobat and Adobe's plans following the merger between Adobe and Macromedia," said Smith.

As with previous years, the seminar sessions will be spread across several tracks, but new this time around is the Graphics and Creative Track, aimed at creative professionals. Pre- and post-conference workshops will also be run on a range of topics, and more information can be found at the PDF2006 website.

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