30/04/2002

Adobe training seminar to visit Dublin

Adobe Systems, creator of popular software packages such as Acrobat and Photoshop, are to visit Dublin's Le Meridien Shelbourne on Thursday May 2 as part of a UK and Ireland seminar tour.

Designed to introduce the next generation of image-editing possibilities, this innovative tour is an opportunity to see how Adobe Photoshop 7.0 takes digital imaging to a higher level. Participants will discover exciting new ways in which it integrates with other Adobe products, including the Design Collection, Web Collection, Publishing Collection and Digital Video Collection. Adobe believe this will offer users all the tools they need to push their creative boundaries.

A statement from the company maintains that participants will: "See at first hand how Adobe Photoshop 7.0 software introduces the next generation of image editing with powerful new features that offer something for every user, and find out what the present and future holds when top photographer and author Martin Evening explores the latest industry trends on digital imaging in the keynote address."

For further information visit: Adobe Systems, www.adobe.co.uk

(GB)

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