Adobe launches Acrobat Benchmark Study
Desired feedback includes product satisfaction, future needs

11 July 2002

Adobe Seeks YOUR Feedback!

Adobe is conducting a Web-based survey of its Acrobat customers in a continued effort to better address its users' needs. If you are a user of the full version of Acrobat (not just of the free Acrobat Reader), Adobe would greatly appreciate your feedback.

This survey explores issues such as why and where you purchased Acrobat, your satisfaction and use of Acrobat, as well as your future needs. The survey should only take 15 minutes to complete.

As a token of Adobe's appreciation, you have the option of participating in a drawing for one of the five cash prizes of $100 each (please refer to the official drawing details and rules). The deadline for completing the survey is midnight, July 21.

To access the survey Web site, click on the URL below:

http://websurveys.adobe.com/bmusp/

The Adobe Acrobat and Market Research Teams thank you in advance for sharing your highly valued opinions.


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