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The Adobe Acrobat 3.0, codenamed Amber,[1] is the third major version of the Acrobat PDF editor, released in November 1996 by Adobe Systems. Adobe Acrobat Reader 3 was also available as a free viewing application.

Product history[edit | edit source]

Adobe Acrobat Amber was designed for distribution of resolution independent PDF files over the web, integrated with the ability to display streamable presentations through "Web Presenter" software derived from Adobe Persuasion 4.[2] Acrobat 3 supported the PDF 1.2 standard and was later succeeded by Adobe Acrobat 4.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Adobe Systems Demonstrates New Presentation Graphics Technology for the Internet, Adobe Systems. 1996-05-07. Archived 1996-10-27.
  2. Resource Bin (PDF) by Don Lancaster, p.4. 1996-06.

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