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Not really, acording to this story. On Oct. 9, Microsoft announced it will include its own document-creating software, initially dubbed Xdoc…

Not really, acording to this story. On Oct. 9, Microsoft announced it will include its own document-creating software, initially dubbed Xdocs and since renamed InfoPath, in the release of its latest version of Office, due out the middle of this year. “A new [Adobe Acrobat] product releases could lead to stronger revenue gains. The company is expected to roll out new versions of Acrobat — a premium version with lots of new bells and whistles, and a scaled back one for which Adobe hopes to sell bulk licenses to corporate users.”

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