Adobe Creative Suite

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Adobe Creative Suite

A family of professional multimedia creation and editing tools. Introduced in 2003 and designated with a "CS" prefix such as CS4, CS5, etc., packages ranged from as few as six to more than a dozen applications, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Dreamweaver. In 2012, CS6 was the last Creative Suite version, and all subsequent versions became available only via subscription (see Adobe Creative Cloud). See Adobe.
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Adjusting parameters by means of Adobe CS3 support.
Updated from the 2004 edition to incorporate the most recent tools, techniques, and standards for creating and maintaining professional-looking Web sites for business or personal use, new chapters cover Ajax, Adobe CS3 tools, RSS, and blogging.
With the Mediaware Center, World-Herald journalists will be positioned for Web-first publishing to break news, Web-only publishing to feed online products with content exclusive to digital media, and print production using Adobe CS3.
Any collection strong in Adobe CS3 needs Adobe Creative Suite 3 Bible: at over 1,200 pages of information it literally is a 'bible' of information, packing in details on all the toolbox offerings from the latest Adobe creation.
By including the full Adobe CS3 suite, supporting standardized use of Adobe XML, making greater use of DTI's MediaPool content-management system, featuring new object-oriented tools, and further exploiting its Cache architecture, Version 7 "brings to bear the full power of a single database for publishing content to multiple channels," according to DTI.